Definition of supernally in English:

supernally

adverb

literary
  • See supernal

    • ‘The songs, which are settings of John Clare, deal with stillness, and supernally dazzling summers.’
    • ‘It consists of 100-odd supernally beautiful snippets of video that someone has anonymously posted on the Web.’
    • ‘He was supernally beautiful, majestic, god-like, and impassive and impersonal to the last degree.’
    • ‘With it came authority to confer the supernally precious gift of the Holy Ghost.’
    • ‘When it is done, the kitchen is exquisite, supernally clean.’