Examples of usage:

  1. Let it be enough to say that those of us who do not already believe in any such particular " Object"- be it ghost, shape, demon, or deity- are strangers, utter and complete, to any such supernatural pursuers. "A Candid Examination of Theism" by George John Romanes
  2. The poor creatures hardly knew whether to consider him a supernatural being or not; they talked among themselves; they remarked at his having brought them fresh water the day before; they knew that he did not belong to the vessel in which they had been wrecked, and they were puzzled. "The Pirate" by Frederick Marryat
  3. These people make no distinction between the natural and the supernatural. "The Aran Islands" by John M. Synge
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