How to use mystically in a sentence

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The beginners look at it mystically, a title they hear about but cannot imagine holding.
Like all mystically indescribable ideals, glove perfection is best described through negation.
Nearly 3,000 limestone islands, called karsts, emerge mystically from the waters of the Gulf of Tonkin.
One night the biggest freakout ever happens when mother and daughter are mystically transformed and find themselves trapped in each other's body.
As its imagery becomes more surreal and mystically abstract, Mr. Glass's ethereal electronic score, which suggests a Himalyan music of the spheres, gathers force and energy.
Examples from Classical Literature
Observe, now, in the upper portions of the composition, how the spirit of the age is mystically developed before the spectator.
Often mists from the Elbe rose mystically to engarland the crenelated castles here and there on the heights.
She was mystically happy in the incomparable marvel of the miracle, and in her care of the dull, unresponding man.
There were all kinds of speculations, ranging from the mystically sublime to the broadly comical.
He looked sadly, mystically, over the breastwork at the green face of a wood, where now were many little puffs of white smoke.
Equally useless is it to consider Moses in the beginning of his history as speaking mystically or allegorically.
She's also been unable to locate Kubelko Bondy, a baby she met as a child who she believes is mystically connected to her.
It had a mystically religious, and also obviously sexual, signification.
It was mystically, intuitively, spiritually that I began to advance.
He has been ridiculed for saying this, but he was mystically very right.
It is a unique society, remarkable for its surprising complexity and mystically perfect structure.
Inevitably the famous flat plateau mystically vanishes, though its bright return will be highly anticipated.
He caught himself saying quite mystically that a spiritual plane always looked to those on the sensual or Dickens plane, not merely austere, but desolate.
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