Definition of 'mystic'
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All the while her thought was trying to justify her delight in the colors by merging them in her mystic religious joy. Middlemarch (1872)Aged 13, she had had a mystic experience. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It conjures a mystic, a poet, a troubled man granted a tiny glimpse through the doors of perception. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: mystic NOUN
A mystic is a person who practises or believes in religious mysticism.
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