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- n. The quality of being ethereal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being ethereal; etherealness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality or condition of being ethereal; incorporeity; spirituality.
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Such a mix is not exactly a ready-made means for triumph, but Mr. Hegarty wields it with disquieting power and grace, whether whispering through spells of ethereality or growling with an energy that is at once pent-up and unencumbered.
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.
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.
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.
LET THE RIGHT ONE IN rocks a core ethereality that makes it seem an heir to the gauzy dreamscape of Carl Th.
Meant to be a cautionary tale about hubris and the ethereality of the Internet, it actually glamorizes the cluelessness of its (somewhat) tragic hero.
The filmy veil of ethereality had been drawn away to reveal quite an acid drop.
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.
He's resisting socializing pressures, but it's a line that loses some of its ethereality on the printed page.
For all its ethereality and remoteness, it yearns, "like a God in pain," over the sorrows of the world.