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  • v. Alternative spelling of etherealize.


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  • I know naught of the chemistry of colours, nor why this yellow-green medium should so clarify and etherealise the atmosphere.

    My Tropic Isle

  • No other shape of vase is to be compared with this for elegance; in that diaphanous prison, the flowers seemed to etherealise and had more the air of a religious than an amatory offering.

    The Child of Pleasure

  • But I think that would rather etherealise than destroy the light.

    The Seaboard Parish, Complete

  • She should have enough to purify and etherealise her soul, but not enough to refine away her heart, and raise her above all human sympathies.’

    The Tenant of Wildfell Hall


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