mystic

265 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[mˈɪstɪk], [mˈɪstɪk], [m_ˈɪ_s_t_ɪ_k]
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Synonyms for Mystic:

mystic (noun)

esoteric, mysterious, mystical, occult, orphic, religious mystic, secret.

Other synonyms and related words:

Cabalist, Delphic, Fuliginous, Yogi, abnormal, abstruse, abstruse and subtle, acroamatic, acroamatical, adept, adherent, admirer, alchemic, allegorical, ambiguous, amicitia semper prodest, anagogic, anagogical, animism, anthroposophist, arcane, arcanum, ascetic, astrologer, astronomer, auricular, bacon, baffling, between the lines, beyond comprehension, brethren, brother, cabalistic, cabbalistic, cerebration, charmed, clairvoyant, clandestine, cleric, cloak-and-dagger, close, communicated covertly, concealed, confidential, confused, congregation, conundrum, coreligionist, covert, crabbed, cryptic, cryptical, cult, dark, dazed, deep, deep and profound, denomination, difficult, dormant, double-edged, eerie, elliptical, empiricist, enigma, enigmatic, enigmatical, equivocal, esoteric, exceptional, explain, extramundane, extraordinary, fabulous, faith, far and obscure, forecaster, foreteller, furtive, garbled, ghostly, gymnosophist, heavy, hidden, hole-and-corner, hugger mugger, hush-hush, idealistic, illusionist, imaginary, impenetrable, in petto, incantatory, incomprehensible, indecipherable, indefinable, indefinite, indeterminate, indistinct, ineffable, inexplicable, inextricable, inscrutable, insoluble, intellection, inviolate, knowledge, latent, learner, loose, lurking, magian, magic, magical, magician, maharishi, mahatma, materialistic, mechanistic, mentation, metaphysical, metempirical, miraculous, monistic, monotheist, moralist, muffled, murky, mystagogue, mysterial, mystery, mystifying, naturalistic, nebulous, necromantic, new age, nominalist, nominalistic, nonrational, not expressed, numinous, obscure, obscured, occultist, odylic, opaque, oracle, oracular, other-worldly, otherworldly, pantheist, paranormal, past comprehension, perplexed, perplexing, philosopher, phylacteric, pilgrim, possible, potential, preterhuman, preternatural, private, privy, profound, prophet, prophetic, psychic, pupil, puzzling, quietist, quixotic, recondite, religion, religious belief, remarkable, riddle, sacredly obscure, scholar, scientist, secluded, seer, serious, shamanistic, shrouded in mystery, sibylline, silent and meditative, sleeping, soothsayer, sorcerous, spectral, spiritual, spiritual teacher, spiritualist, student, stylist, submerged, supernatural, supernaturalist, superphysical, supersensible, supramundane, surreptitious, swami, symbolic, symbolical, talismanic, telestic, thaumaturgic, thaumaturgical, theist, theosophist, theurgic, theurgical, thinker, thinking, thought, thought process, tortuous, transcendental, transcendentalist, ultramundane, unaccomplished, unaccountable, unavowed, uncanny, unclear, undefinable, undefined, undercover, underground, underlying, undetermined, unearthly, unexplainable, unexplained, unfathomable, unfathomed, unguessed, unknowable, unknown, unnatural, unreal, unrevealed, unusual, vague, veiled, virtual, visionary, voodoo, weighty, weird, witchlike, witchy, wizardly, worshipper, yogin, yogist.

Rhymes for Mystic:

  1. narcissistic, primitivistic, expressionistic, mechanistic, monopolistic, futuristic, nationalistic, hellenistic, uncharacteristic, feudalistic, jingoistic, propagandistic, fatalistic, realistic, voyeuristic, pantheistic, opportunistic, idealistic, ritualistic, moralistic, deterministic, humanistic, impressionistic, pessimistic, socialistic, sadistic, simplistic, naturalistic, stylistic, paternalistic, surrealistic, unrealistic, optimistic, militaristic, polytheistic, synergistic, hedonistic;
  2. ballistic, logistic, holistic, artistic, autistic, linguistic, patristic;
  3. chauvinistic, altruistic, dualistic, euphemistic, atheistic;
  4. antagonistic, characteristic, capitalistic, anachronistic;
  5. sensationalistic, materialistic, imperialistic;
  6. individualistic;

Quotes for Mystic:

  1. Resignation, not mystic not detached, but resignation open -eyed, conscious, and informed by love, is the only one of our feelings for which it is impossible to become a sham. Joseph Conrad.
  2. Then I did Mystic Pizza, just to do something I wasn't fat in. Vincent D'Onofrio.
  3. Just as in earthly life lovers long for the moment when they are able to breathe forth their love for each other, to let their souls blend in a soft whisper, so the mystic longs for the moment when in prayer he can, as it were, creep into God. Soren Kierkegaard.