Definition of theosophical in US English:

theosophical

adjective

  • See theosophy

    • ‘Yes, it's true, and theosophical people are on the whole very interested in Jung.’
    • ‘The influence of his theosophical training and beliefs remained with him for the rest of his life and was often reflected in his paintings.’
    • ‘To me this rationalization parallels the theosophical speculation of New Age favorites like Rudolf Steiner, not the medical knowledge of science.’
    • ‘Her discovery of religious and theosophical literature, as well as magic, gave her new subjects to sing about, too.’
    • ‘As a member and later leader of the Theosophical Society, Besant helped to spread theosophical beliefs around the world, notably in India.’
    • ‘A theosophical discussion with a scientific basis is almost pointless and surely an exercise in futility.’
    • ‘Edmund Barton was also at least vaguely interested in the theosophical movement.’

Pronunciation

theosophical

/ˌθiəˈsɑfək(ə)l//ˌTHēəˈsäfək(ə)l/