alchemic

ADJECTIVE
  1. related to or concerned with alchemy
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How To Use alchemic In A Sentence

  • For some reason, some magical reason, in this bath of lucidity, flesh itself took on an almost alchemical palpability. A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set
  • Even the taking of the Eucharist is an alchemical ritual, in which the divine body is subsumed into the individual body in order to bring the individual into closer contact with the divine. Josh Schrei: The Crucible Gone Cold: Modern Yoga, Christianity, and the Practice of Individual Transformation
  • The obscure gray water is dotted with fishing boats, which brush the calm surface, each caulked with a paste of alchemical silvers.
  • Alchemical symbolism permeates several of Shakespeare's plays; King Lear in particular has been interpreted as an allegory of alchemical transmutation.
  • They evidently have thought that I had some kind of alchemic secret, like the philosopher's stone which was designed to turn the baser metals into gold. Great Pianists on Piano Playing Study Talks with Foremost Virtuosos. A Series of Personal Educational Conferences with Renowned Masters of the Keyboard, Presenting the Most Modern Ideas upon the Subjects of Technic, Interpretation, Style and Expression
  • In discussing an alchemical work by Senior De chemia, Jung suggested that ravens represent the helpful spirits or familiars who complete the work when the skill of the artifex has failed him. Listening to Raven: The Shadow’s Role as Guide
  • I've seen Bogdanovich do this show twice before and can attest that it's a kind of alchemic happening in which, for 90-odd minutes, the 'golden age' of Hollywood shines as brightly as if it had ended only yesterday. GreenCine Daily: AFI Fest. Previews and guides.
  • Here are high-rez scanned pages from Isaac Newton's "alchemical" notebooks where he recorded his chemistry experiments. Boing Boing: April 2, 2006 - April 8, 2006 Archives
  • Which is to say, bluntly and for those with ears to hear, that to work the Wheel of Fortune you need to work two things, not one as is the common practice in alchemical circles. Archive 2007-08-01
  • We lose ourselves in the burning, and it alchemically transforms us from the power-pushing games of the belly to the love-pulled movements of the heart. The Bushman Way of Tracking God
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