Definition of "transcendency" [transcendency]

  • Transcendence (noun)
  • Elevation above the truth; exaggeration (noun)

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Use "transcendency" in a sentence
  • "First of all, what good is "transcendency" unless it eventuates in the Faith; and secondly, anyone in full possession of his faculties can see that the young are no more attracted to "transcendency" than their parents and their parents' generation."
  • ""No to spectacle no to virtuosity no to transformations and magic and make believe no to glamour and transcendency of the star image no to the heroic no to the anti-heroic no to trash imagery no to involvement of performer or spectator no to style no to camp no to seduction of spectator by the wiles of the performer no to eccentricity no to moving or being moved.""
  • "Then again, it's been one of my favorite pieces of media for a decade, and to this day I will occasionally toss in an episode or two -- any old one; once you've seen the whole thing it seems to compact itself nicely into any of its parts -- and it brings me a wonderful sense of, er, futuristic transcendency."