Sub*lu"nar (?), Sub"lu*na*ry (?), a. [Pref. sub + lunar, or lunary: cf. F. sublunaire.]

Situated beneath the moon; hence, of or pertaining to this world; terrestrial; earthly.

All things sublunary are subject to change. Dryden.

All sublunary comforts imitate the changeableness, as well as feel the influence, of the planet they are under. South.


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Sub"lu*na*ry, n.

Any worldly thing.



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