preternaturally


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Synonyms for preternaturally

in a supernatural manner

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His sly voice sounded preternaturally sly in the absolute darkness, but even through that impenetrable veil I knew it for a sham.
He gained the bridge, and discovered he could detect obscure shapes as if his sight had become preternaturally acute.
They are never attended upon, or fed, or driven, or caught, but are thrown upon their own resources in early life, and become preternaturally knowing in consequence.
It was like a preternaturally heightened sense of hearing, making audible to one a roar of sound where others find perfect stillness.
Why is this all right with the once patriotically fervid but now preternaturally timorous men like Roque, Cayetano, or Senate President Koko Pimentel, who, for his part, said he was 'not bothered' by the Chinese actions?
Thirteen-year-old Auguste (Gus) Sutter vividly remembers the summer of 1976, not just for the preternaturally harsh drought but also for the incidents leading up to the disintegration of his family.
Watchful, dispassionate and preternaturally immune to the flirtations of the wealthy men in her orbit, Molly learned the ropes, struck out on her own and, inevitably, flew too close to the sun, eventually running afoul of the Russian mob and the U.
Eccleston, a spiritual counselor helping Mannheim accept his terminal illness, is assisted by Theo, her preternaturally clairvoyant young nephew.
Lots of music that way, the old snapper prehistorically, preternaturally cranky at the heart of it.
On the other side of the country, Paul Rogers, preternaturally strong, fierce and fearless, gets out of prison after 10 years.
Preternaturally gifted (at 19 she became the youngest ever etoile in Paris Opera Ballet's history), Guillem retired from the stage a legend in 2015 after an international ballet career and collaborations with a laundry list of contemporary choreographers.
Along with Jonah Peretti, the tech brain behind the organization, and other editors like the preternaturally gifted Shani O.
However, for those of us who didn't spend the majority of the '90s in nappies - sorry Potterheads, but that stuff really is for kids - Robbie Coltrane will forever be Fitz, the womanising, inveterate gambler and preternaturally brilliant criminal psychologist from Cracker.
However, for those of us who didn't spend the majority of the 90s in nappies - sorry Potterheads, but that stuff really is for kids - Robbie Coltrane will forever be Fitz, the womanising, inveterate gambler and preternaturally brilliant criminal psychologist from Cracker.
As the older sister's preternaturally loyal boyfriend, Alexander DiPersia is also surprisingly good, in a role that could so easily have become the weasly caricature we have seen so often.