[ UK /ælkˈɛmɪkə‍l/ ]
  1. related to or concerned with alchemy
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  • 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
  • Certain of these exercises involve the "alchemical" use of mind-active drugs, including new vasopressin derivatives, beta-endorphins and hallucinogens Ncunuabula: Catalogue of Rare Books, Manuscripts & Curiosa, Conspiracy Theory, Frontier Science & Alternative Worlds from Emory Cranston Part II
  • Some alchemical mix of beauty, muteness and otherness. Times, Sunday Times
  • In a world where values spread along the currents of communication, it has always been commonplace for business leaders to say to Tibet activists that open trade with China will result in a loosening of China's restrictions on free speech, that the values of democracy and freedom will be alchemically infused into the Chinese system, that we will "change" China ... Josh Schrei: The Value Of Freedom, The Ugliness of Censorship: Google, the UFC, and China
  • He is holding a closed book, signifying a mystery, possibly a stage in the alchemical process.
  • Various reflecting surfaces were used: polished metallic rocks such as obsidian, pyrite, and iron; rock crystal; and an alloy of rose copper and tin, plus an alchemical brew consisting of white arsenic, red tartar, and nitre.
  • Alchemical treatises frequently warned of the hazards of working with sulphurous exhalations and volatile chemicals.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
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