a. (archaic form of mystic English) n. (archaic form of mystic English)
Usage examples of "mystick".
TRISMEGISTUS, 660 If it be nonsense, false, or mystick, Or not intelligible, or sophistick?
The port was open before them, and they glanced by church, palace, barge, mystick, and felucca, without the slightest inequality in their relative speed.
Bacchus and Endymion were as out of reach for Daniel Hezekiah Green as the Mystick Krewe of Romus was for his daughter.