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The word ‘supernal’ can be used in a number of different ways, all related to the basic idea of something celestial, spiritual, or otherworldly. It is always used in a positive context, typically implying something beautiful, peaceful, or comforting. Most commonly encountered in written English, particularly in literature.
Driving to work early yesterday morning, everything was bathed in a supernal light from the rising sun. It was a beautiful sight.
Patricia is a good person to have around in times of crisis. She just exudes a supernal calm which sets everybody at ease.
The spectacular performance of the opera singer left the audience spellbound. It was as if they had been transported to a supernal realm.