Definition of transcendence in English:

transcendence

Line breaks: tran¦scend|ence
Pronunciation: /trɑːnˈsɛnd(ə)ns, tranˈsɛnd(ə)ns
 
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(also transcendency)

noun

[mass noun]
Existence or experience beyond the normal or physical level: the possibility of spiritual transcendence in the modern world
More example sentences
  • They are the inability to distinguish between transcendence in fact and transcendence in illusion.
  • In science fiction there can be no inexplicable marvels, no transcendences, no devils or demons.
  • Enough to raise themselves to the same level of transcendence.
Synonyms
superiority, supremacy, predominance, pre-eminence, ascendancy; incomparability, matchlessness, peerlessness; excellence, greatness, magnificence, sublimity, importance

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