Definition of mantric in English:

mantric

adjective

  • See mantra

    • ‘A lead singer acts as cantor, while the human chain behind joins in the chorus as everyone stamps the floor rhythmically in this mantric ritual.’
    • ‘This symbolism of the language is not simply one of form, relying on images, parables, and myths as other poetic or religious compositions do, but one of substance, based on its mantric character.’
    • ‘‘Slow,’ ‘steady’ and ‘certain’ are your mantric keywords right now.’
    • ‘Some of it sounds like it might be poetry, some of it sounds mantric in nature, but none of it means anything to me.’
    • ‘But when does joyous, mantric reiteration tip over into something more sinister, or worse, monotonous?’