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The synonyms of “Astral” are: stellar
Astral as an Adjective
Definitions of "Astral" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “astral” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Being or relating to or resembling or emanating from stars.
- Relating to a supposed non-physical realm of existence to which various psychic and paranormal phenomena are ascribed, and in which the physical human body is said to have a counterpart.
- Relating to or resembling the stars.
Synonyms of "Astral" as an adjective (1 Word)
|stellar||Being or relating to or resembling or emanating from stars.|
Stellar structure and evolution.
Usage Examples of "Astral" as an adjective
- An astral body.
- Spiritual beings from the astral plane.
- Astral navigation.
Associations of "Astral" (30 Words)
|aquarius||A person who is born while the sun is in Aquarius.|
|aries||(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Aries.|
|asterisk||Mark a word or piece of text with an asterisk.|
He had asterisked the things about the case that still bothered him.
|astrologer||A person who uses astrology to tell others about their character or to predict their future.|
He was advised by astrologers to delay his departure.
|astrology||A pseudoscience claiming divination by the positions of the planets and sun and moon.|
|astronomical||(of an amount) extremely large.|
|astronomy||The branch of physics that studies celestial bodies and the universe as a whole.|
|capricorn||A person who is born while the sun is in Capricorn.|
|constellation||A configuration of stars as seen from the earth.|
No two patients ever show exactly the same constellation of symptoms.
|cosmogony||The branch of science that deals with the origin of the universe, especially the solar system.|
Today the central questions of cosmology and cosmogony are being explored within the framework of the Big Bang theory.
|cosmography||The science that maps the general features of the universe; describes both heaven and earth (but without encroaching on geography or astronomy.|
The cosmography of Ptolemy.
|cosmology||The science of the origin and development of the universe Modern cosmology is dominated by the Big Bang theory which brings together observational astronomy and particle physics.|
|cosmos||Everything that exists anywhere.|
He sat staring deep into the void reminding himself of man s place in the cosmos.
|divination||A prediction uttered under divine inspiration.|
The Celtic art of divination.
|expect||Consider obligatory request and expect.|
We were expecting a visit from our relatives.
|galaxy||The galaxy of which the solar system is a part the Milky Way.|
Extragalactic nebula is a former name for galaxy.
|horoscope||A prediction of someone’s future based on the relative positions of the planets.|
My horoscope said it was time to do something for myself so I phoned Georgia that evening.
|libra||(in ancient Rome) a unit of weight, equivalent to 12 ounces (0.34 kg). It was the forerunner of the pound.|
|necromancer||A person who practises necromancy; a wizard or magician.|
Dr Faustus a necromancer of the 16th century.
|observatory||A structure commanding a wide view of its surroundings.|
|planetarium||A building housing an instrument for projecting the positions of the planets onto a domed ceiling.|
|predictive||Of or relating to prediction; having value for making predictions.|
The virtual keyboard uses predictive text.
|prophecy||A prediction uttered under divine inspiration.|
A bleak prophecy of war and ruin.
|sidereal||Of or relating to the stars or constellations.|
|star||Feature as the star.|
The walls were painted with silver moons and stars.
|stellar||Relating to a star or stars.|
His restaurant has received stellar ratings in the guides.
|theosophy||Any of a number of philosophies maintaining that a knowledge of God may be achieved through spiritual ecstasy, direct intuition, or special individual relations, especially the movement founded in 1875 as the Theosophical Society by Helena Blavatsky and Henry Steel Olcott (1832–1907).|
|universe||All existing matter and space considered as a whole the cosmos The universe is believed to be at least 10 billion light years in diameter and contains a vast number of galaxies it has been expanding since its creation in the Big Bang about 13 billion years ago.|
The front parlour was the hub of her universe.
|virgo||The sixth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about August 23 to September 22.|
|zodiac||A circular diagram representing the 12 zodiacal constellations and showing their signs.|