What is another word for terrene?

171 synonyms found


[ tˈɛɹiːn], [ tˈɛɹiːn], [ t_ˈɛ_ɹ_iː_n]

"Terrene" refers to the earth or the world in its earthly state. Synonyms for "terrene" include "mundane," "earthbound," "worldly," "material," "physical," "secular," "fleshly," "corporeal," "temporal," and "terrestrial." These words all suggest a focus on the physical, tangible aspects of life rather than the spiritual or intangible. "Mundane" emphasizes the ordinary and commonplace, while "secular" implies a separation from religion or spiritual matters. "Terrestrial" specifically refers to things related to the planet Earth. All of these synonyms can be used in place of "terrene" to describe the physical aspects of the world.

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How to use "Terrene" in context?

The earth is a planet, the fourth and youngest of the eight planets in the solar system. It is often called the "earth planet" or the "land planet." The primeval earth, according to the Bible, was created in the beginning by God. Geologically, the earth is about 4.5 billion years old. About 3.8 billion years ago, the earth's crust started to break apart. The earth's mantle started to deform, and magma rose to the surface. Earthquakes started to happen, and the earth's surface started to change. The earth's crust solidified, leaving the mantle and the core.

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