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Definition of "theosophic" [the•o•soph•ic]

  • Of, or relating to theosophy. (adjective)

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Use "theosophic" in a sentence
  • "Besides these -- often crude and clumsy -- romances they possessed what may be called "theosophic" treatises and revelations of a highly mystical character."
  • "Material or Ideal form, is nothing else than the revival of some of the earliest and most inveterate Principles of Paganism, -- the same Paganism which still flourishes among the "theosophic" dreamers of India, and which exhibits its practical fruits in the horrors of Hindoo superstition."
  • "By 1917, he had formulated his " neo-plasticism, " a radical abstraction that aspired to his puritan and theosophic ideals of universal harmony."
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