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supernatural

1. of or relating to things that cannot be explained according to natural laws
2. characteristic of or caused by or as if by a god; miraculous
3. of, involving, or ascribed to occult beings
4. the. supernatural forces, occurrences, and beings collectively or their realm
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Supernatural

Twilight Zone, The
tales of weird events involving ordinary people. [Am. Radio, TV, & Cinema: The Twilight Zone in Terrace]
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References in classic literature ?
Whatever might be the supernatural influences among these mountains, the travellers found their physical difficulties hard to cope with.
Their usual main or only purpose is to hold attention by successions of marvellous adventures, natural or supernatural; of structure, therefore, they are often destitute; the characters are ordinarily mere types; and motivation is little considered.
'Historia Britonum' (The History of the Britons), which adds to Gildas' outline traditions, natural and supernatural, which had meanwhile been growing up among the Britons (Welsh).
They revealed that they'd just informed the crew that "Supernatural" would end next season, and they wanted fans to hear directly from them that the Winchesters' were coming to the end of the road.
This collection of essays engages with on-going discussions concerning the nature of the supernatural and cultural responses to it in the early modern period.
Daniel Dunkley Co-founder of the company says, “Growing up I had various supernatural encounters, some were great but some were terrifying.
Ron - who has spent decades studying supernatural mysteries - said: "There are many stories about Wallace but they've been washed out of the historical accounts.
"When they merge supernatural and scientific explanations, they integrate them in a variety of predictable and universal ways," Legare stated.
Scare Tactics, Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock's analysis of supernatural tales written by American women between 1850 and 1930, represents an important contribution to the growing critical literature on popular and fantastic literary genres.
DeCandido presents an all-new chapter in the lives of the brothers in Supernatural: Heart of the Dragon, published by Titan Books on February 26.
"Supernatural Living" presents comprehensive biblical teaching and hands-on steps for life application.
of Arkansas) explores the presence of the supernatural and superhuman in American popular culture, focusing on television and film culture of recent years.