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Astronomical vs. Astral

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Astronomicaladjective

(not comparable) Of or relating to astronomy.

Astraladjective

Relating to or resembling the stars; starry.

Astronomicaladjective

(comparable) Very large; of vast measure.

Astraladjective

(biology) Relating to an aster.

‘astral rays; astral sphere’;

Astronomicaladjective

Of or pertaining to astronomy; in accordance with the methods or principles of astronomy.

Astraladjective

Relating to a supposed supersensible substance taking the form of an aura discernible by certain gifted individuals.

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Astronomicaladjective

relating or belonging to the science of astronomy;

‘astronomic telescope’;

Astraladjective

Pertaining to, coming from, or resembling, the stars; starry; starlike.

‘Shines only with an astral luster.’; ‘Some astral forms I must invoke by prayer.’;

Astronomicaladjective

inconceivably large

Astraladjective

Of or pertaining to an aster; as, astral rays; astral sphere.

Astronomicaladjective

relating to astronomy

‘astronomical observations’;

Astraladjective

Consisting of, belonging to, or designating, a kind of supersensible substance alleged to be next above the tangible world in refinement; as, astral spirits; astral bodies of persons; astral current; the astral plane.

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Astronomicaladjective

(of an amount) extremely large

‘he wanted an astronomical fee’;

Astraladjective

being or relating to or resembling or emanating from stars;

‘an astral body’; ‘stellar light’;

Astraladjective

relating to or resembling the stars

‘astral navigation’;

Astraladjective

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

‘spiritual beings from the astral plane’;

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