Basic Account, Created on 17 December 2006 (#11844665), Last updated on 19 February 2007 [Gift]
Very excellent; superior or supreme in excellence; surpassing others; as transcendent worth; transcendent valor. Cloth’d with transcendent brightness. -Milton.
-Noah Webster, American Dictionary of the English Language
that which is beyond our senses and experience. Existing apart from matter.
-Google define:transcendent result
I call all knowledge transcendental if it is occupied, not with objects, but with the way that we can possibly know objects even before we experience them.
-Immanual Kant, Critique of Pure Reason
In religion, transcendence is a condition or state of being that surpasses, and is independent of, physical existence.
-Wikipedia entry, "transcendence (religion)"
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...and the piece itself, of course!