Definitions

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  • n. The condition of being ethereal; ethereality

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Ethereality.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or character of being ethereal; ethereality.

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Examples

  • Perfection is seen in strength, not in weakness, in virility and not in tears, in majesty, the majesty truly of meekness, but not of a maudlin, mooning etherealism.

    Levels of Living Essays on Everyday Ideals

  • The very utmost homage that esteem, admiration, affection could give, was his; but that mysterious passion called by the name of love (and which, as I truly and heartily believe, can not, in its refined etherealism, be known to many of us) had not been given to him.

    East Lynne, or, The Earl's Daughter

  • The very utmost homage that esteem, admiration, affection could give was his, but that mysterious passion called by the name of love, and which, as I truly and heartily believe, cannot, in its refined etherealism, be known to many of us, had not been given to him.

    East Lynne

  • Lead vocalist ES Pitcher provides The New Up's greatest distinction, offering accessible feminine soul with a dulcet etherealism -- something along the lines of a Deborah Harry for a new millennium.

    ScrippsNews

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