Difficult and Mystical


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Difficult adjective – Requiring considerable physical or mental effort.
Mystical and difficult are semantically related. in complicated topic. In some cases you can use "Mystical" instead an adjective "Difficult".
Nearby Word: difficulty
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Mystical adjective – Having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence; beyond ordinary understanding.
Difficult and mystical are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Difficult" instead an adjective "Mystical".
Nearby Words: mystic, mystery, mystique, mysticism, mystically
Synonyms for Mystical

Things that words describes

experience difficult experience mystical experience
people difficult people mystical people
process difficult process mystical process
way difficult way mystical way
Other nouns: characters, side, version.

Both words in one sentence

  • When Megan questions it, she explains that it's part of her training in the mystical arts (specifically, it helps her remember the difficult parts).
  • Mysterious Waif: No fewer than three, though it's difficult to tell due to the medium, Elysia, Illyra, and Occela all examples of mystical waifs.
  • Body to Jewel The Whateley Universe plays this straight with Silver, a supporting student character who sweats mithril...which in that universe has a number of convenient mystical properties but is usually rather difficult to produce even alchemically.
    Source: Body to Jewel
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