Definition of transcendently in English:



See transcendent

‘Such moments are melancholy as well as joyful precisely because they are fleeting: transcendently beautiful but so brief as to be immeasurable.’
  • ‘But if the issue is war, in which many thousands of people undoubtedly will die, the cause had better be transcendently important.’
  • ‘Sung a cappella, the song is transcendently impassioned and beautiful.’
  • ‘One thing democracy does best is mobilizing a whole society toward a transcendently important goal.’
  • ‘In fact, I'd go as far as to call it transcendently funny.’