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Word to the Wise: Supernal

“Supernal” (soo-PUR-nul) – from the Latin for “situated above” – means “celestial/heavenly.”

Example (as I used it today): “It’s hard to explain this to a writer who’s new to the business world. He feels, understandably, that since he’s smart and clever and works so hard, his writing is – or has to be – supernal.”

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