Adjective : an ethereal world created through the poetic imagination. ,ethereal beauty. ,gone to his ethereal home. From Dictionary.com.
LET THE RIGHT ONE IN rocks a core ethereality that makes it seem an heir to the gauzy dreamscape of Carl Th. From Wordnik.com. [My Bloodyguard] Reference
He's resisting socializing pressures, but it's a line that loses some of its ethereality on the printed page. From Wordnik.com. [Bringing It All Back Home] Reference
Meant to be a cautionary tale about hubris and the ethereality of the Internet, it actually glamorizes the cluelessness of its (somewhat) tragic hero. From Wordnik.com. [Darrell Hartman: Josh Hartnett Isn't Plugged In. Is He the Cooler For It?] Reference
On record, their restrained dubby disco is kept in line with the demands of ethereality; onstage, they sound like a throbbing 12-inch dance remix of themselves. From Wordnik.com. [Warpaint; Rumer – review] Reference
Giamatti is a perfect or not-so-perfect leader for this bunch of misfits, a hapless man in over his head, while Howard lends her role just the right touch of ethereality. From Wordnik.com. [Grace On The Water] Reference
Using shades of sepia and architecture from the early to mid-20th century in his panels, and an aura ethereality, Kubert suggests that the story being told is a memory, but it's not quite like any story of Batman we have seen before. From Wordnik.com. [Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?] Reference
Estelle Hanania's images explore otherworldly spaces, the sharp realness of her photographs a startling contrast to the ethereality of their subjects -- burning hands, glittery crystals, spookily-real human scarecrows, and men dressed as eery, totem-like birds. From Wordnik.com. [Where The Wild Things Are: Photographer Estelle Hanania On Planet Mag] Reference
A monk's detachment is not rootless, free floating, ethereality. From Wordnik.com. [Forbes.com: News] Reference
Which, to return to my original point, has to do in Gallas's case with ethereality. From Wordnik.com. [Soccer Blogs - latest posts] Reference
The lightness with which these forms rest on the land, meanwhile, conjures the ethereality of desert life. From Wordnik.com. [NYT > Home Page]
Male and female; internal and external; weight and ethereality-Navedenga encompasses a profusion of symbiotic oppositions. From Wordnik.com. [NYC.com's Exclusive New York City Event Calendar : Art] Reference
Now and then she glided through slanting rays of soft, white light cast from upper windows, and they seemed to derive ethereality from her. From Wordnik.com. [The Prince of India — Volume 02] Reference
Perhaps there was something cold and shadowy in the ethereality of her loveliness, a want of sympathy with man's more earthly, passionate nature. From Wordnik.com. [Ernest Linwood or, The Inner Life of the Author] Reference
Still, even if he does find a way to harness his ethereality into something more engaging, he'd do well not to package it with his trademark sound. From Wordnik.com. [ScrippsNews - current events, culture, commentary, community] Reference
Combining transcendentalist ethereality, pragmatic fabrication and tacky yet sumptuous beauty, Mr. Kauffman's sculpture is as relevant today as ever. From Wordnik.com. [NYT > Home Page] Reference
Yet what makes this more than an advertising gimmick is the contrast between the disorienting ethereality of the images and the Platonic purity of the cube. From Wordnik.com. [Alanat News] Reference
S images explore otherworldly spaces, the sharp realness of her photographs a startling contrast to the ethereality of their subjects -- burning hands, glittery. From Wordnik.com. [Where The Wild Things Are: Photographer Estelle Hanania On Planet Mag] Reference
Sublimate, as you will, the idea of our ethereality as intellectual beings; no sensible man can harbor a doubt, but that there is a vast deal of satisfaction in dining. From Wordnik.com. [Mardi: and A Voyage Thither, Vol. I (of 2)] Reference
Salem, a three-member group that's an unlikely combination of ethereality and low-end impact, played a set as murky and imposing as the smoke-machine haze that enveloped it. From Wordnik.com. [NYT > Home Page] Reference
The guitars reminded us that melancholy is not a prerequisite for warmth and ethereality, the tinkling organ sounds constantly drifting from ambience to catchy hooks before singer Joe D'Agostino's effortless lines of poetry had a chance to come to an end. From Wordnik.com. [The Line Of Best Fit] Reference
Speech's near-eight-minute centerpiece, "Just Once," scaled and descended symphonic heights with the dreamlike wonder of angels on Jacob's Ladder, introducing Stith as a songsmith with hooks laid strangely, securely in ethereality. stays likewise fastened. From Wordnik.com. [Paste Magazine] Reference
Several times Benway's voice is precisely described in all its ambiguity and ethereality, it "drifts into my consciousness from no particular place ... a disembodied voice that is sometimes loud and clear, sometimes barely audible like music down a windy street.". From Wordnik.com. [Comments for RealityStudio] Reference
Ah, sweet ethereality. From Wordnik.com. [Dru Blood - I believe in the inherent goodness of all beings: February 2006 Archives] Reference
Two artists discover the essence of ethereality. From Wordnik.com. [The Hindu - Front Page] Reference
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