of or from another dimension
Without, a vast spectacle of destruction painted the blinding reality of white-hot, Terrestrial flame against the ghastly shimmers of the other-dimensional foe.
When he lifted his eyes to the wall, he knew where he was. Blazoned on the dim stone, burning through the twilight like some other-dimensional fire, the scarlet pattern writhed across the wall.
Could be my double in one of those other-dimensional worlds, maybe?????
The Norse gods, dwarfs, frost-giants, and all the rest are real and alive in some other-dimensional continuum, and making another play for control of Midgard—the Earth.
Seems that the demon is really an other-dimensional colleague of the defunct wizard, come to pay a friendly-rivalish visit. Now he’s stranded.
Eilan is raised on the Goddess-centered, other-dimensional (for lack of a better explanation) island of Avalon, beginning in the year AD 249.
Other-dimensional creatures resembling eels and jellyfish float in the air…and once you can see them, they can see you. [ellipsis in orig.]
Richard Vaughan, in Wonder Stories
Earliest cite in the OED (though not strictly SFnal) is from 1940
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