The expressions on the faces shifted from suspicious to ethereal.
The ethereal Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes is fast becoming another Stevie Nicks.
I remember telling people at the time, ‘This kid is so ethereal and interesting.’
But at almost $400, it had better transport you to ethereal realms never before seen by human eyes.
The ink-stained wretches parted like the red sea as the ethereal being floated toward her car.
It was not an ethereal joy welcoming new souls to struggle, perchance to victory.
And it is these ethereal ripples which a physicist understands by the term "light."
In this ethereal realm are the currents that make possible wireless telegraphy.
This ethereal or psychic body is in correspondence with the ethereal world.
Wide o'er the ethereal walks extends thy sway, And o'er the infernal mansions void of day!Look upon us on earth!
ethereal e·the·re·al (ĭ-thēr'ē-əl)
Characterized by lightness and insubstantiality; intangible.
Of, relating to, or containing ether.