supernatural

Obscure vs Supernatural - What's the difference?

obscure | supernatural | Related terms |

Obscure is a related term of supernatural.


As adjectives the difference between obscure and supernatural

is that obscure is dark, faint or indistinct while supernatural is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature.

As a verb obscure

is (label) to render obscure; to darken; to make dim; to keep in the dark; to hide; to make less visible, intelligible, legible, glorious, beautiful, or illustrious.

As a noun supernatural is

(countable) a supernatural being.

Supernatural vs Heavenly - What's the difference?

supernatural | heavenly | Related terms |

Supernatural is a related term of heavenly.


As adjectives the difference between supernatural and heavenly

is that supernatural is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature while heavenly is of or pertaining to the heaven believed in by many religions; good, beautiful, glorious, pleasurable.

As a noun supernatural

is (countable) a supernatural being.

As an adverb heavenly is

in a manner like that of heaven; by the influence or agency of heaven; divinely, miraculously.

Supernatural vs Phenomena - What's the difference?

supernatural | phenomena |


As nouns the difference between supernatural and phenomena

is that supernatural is (countable) a supernatural being while phenomena is (phenomenon).

As an adjective supernatural

is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature.

Cloudy vs Supernatural - What's the difference?

cloudy | supernatural | Related terms |

Cloudy is a related term of supernatural.


As adjectives the difference between cloudy and supernatural

is that cloudy is covered with or characterised by clouds; overcast while supernatural is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature.

As a noun supernatural is

(countable) a supernatural being.

Sphinxlike vs Supernatural - What's the difference?

sphinxlike | supernatural | Related terms |

Sphinxlike is a related term of supernatural.


As adjectives the difference between sphinxlike and supernatural

is that sphinxlike is like a sphinx, or like that of a sphinx while supernatural is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature.

As a noun supernatural is

(countable) a supernatural being.

Supernatural vs Pale - What's the difference?

supernatural | pale | Related terms |

Supernatural is a related term of pale.


As nouns the difference between supernatural and pale

is that supernatural is (countable) a supernatural being while pale is .

As an adjective supernatural

is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature.

Supernatural vs Sacred - What's the difference?

supernatural | sacred | Related terms |

Supernatural is a related term of sacred.


As adjectives the difference between supernatural and sacred

is that supernatural is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature while sacred is set apart by solemn religious ceremony; especially, in a good sense, made holy; set apart to religious use; consecrated; not profane or common; as, a sacred' place; a '''sacred''' day; ' sacred service.

As a noun supernatural

is (countable) a supernatural being.

As a verb sacred is

(sacre).

Supernatural vs Shadowy - What's the difference?

supernatural | shadowy | Related terms |

Supernatural is a related term of shadowy.


As adjectives the difference between supernatural and shadowy

is that supernatural is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature while shadowy is in shadow; darkened by shadows.

As a noun supernatural

is (countable) a supernatural being.

Supernatural vs Celestial - What's the difference?

supernatural | celestial | Related terms |

Supernatural is a related term of celestial.


As adjectives the difference between supernatural and celestial

is that supernatural is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature while celestial is relating to heaven in a religious sense.

As nouns the difference between supernatural and celestial

is that supernatural is (countable) a supernatural being while celestial is an inhabitant of heaven or celestial can be (obsolete|sometimes|capitalized) a native of china.

Supernatural vs Godlike - What's the difference?

supernatural | godlike | Related terms |

Supernatural is a related term of godlike.


As adjectives the difference between supernatural and godlike

is that supernatural is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature while godlike is having the characteristics of a god.

As a noun supernatural

is (countable) a supernatural being.

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