Definition of theosophic in US English:

theosophic

adjective

  • See theosophy

    • ‘The major reason for this was his detachment from the centers of theosophic thinking.’
    • ‘This is the only publication of Richard Roach's exceptional visionary theosophic work since the rare originals in the eighteenth century.’
    • ‘Perhaps his greatest contribution to the theosophical movement was his presentation and elucidation of the basic theosophic ideas found in Blavatsky's Secret Doctrine and other works.’
    • ‘It offers a kind of Middle European idea of Buddhism, or, anyhow, something too theosophic for me.’
    • ‘According to his theosophic system, God, as Divine Man, is infinite love and infinite wisdom, from whom emanate the two worlds of nature and spirit, distinct but closely related.’

Pronunciation

theosophic

/ˌθiəˈsɑfɪk//ˌTHēəˈsäfik/