The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cetic \Ce"tic\, a. Of or pertaining to a whale.
Usage examples of "cetic".
And the cetic arts: hallning, zazen, meditation, fugue and the interface with the cybernetic spaces.
Yesterday the Lord Cetic invited me to have tea with him in the tower.
He would use the sublime and powerful cetic arts to continue the fiery work of remaking himself.
Perhaps a little cetic neurologic might keep Bardo from gulling his followers.
In fact, she might have entered the Order and become a cetic or a remembrancer but her parents, as good astriers and Architects, had denied her a formal education.
He seemed relaxed and nonchalant, but he kept looking at them as if he were drinking in information that only a cetic could make use of.
Tonight we have a young cetic with us, and his friend, Danlo wi Soli Ringess.
I expect the Lord Remembrancer, if not the Lord Cetic, will soon expose our pharmacologist and debase him.
But for all his skill at interfacing the cybernetic spaces, he had not ignored the other cetic branches.
This manipulation of masses of people was an unforgivable violation of his cetic ethics.
He looked out over his fellow Ringists, and he smiled the smile of a cetic about to share a great secret with them.
Order and become a cetic or a remembrancer but her parents, as good astriers and Architects, had denied her a formal education.
Ringists, and he smiled the smile of a cetic about to share a great secret with them.
And then, so that the others could hear him, in his most reassuring voice, he said, The young cetic is not the first to become lost in the memories.
Hanuman had approached his Lord cetic, the very private and unapproachable Audric Pall.