His ethereally beautiful girlfriend, Marina, was with him, sitting silent in front of an untouched cocktail.
His canvases are thronged with fair shapes, pretty women and dancing children, ethereally soft and lovely.
All the girls were beautiful—delicately, ethereally beautiful.
He was drunk, ethereally drunk with the beauty of the night and with love.
He turned his head, and saw a dim, ethereally white figure,—Rose.
In the East there was a low bar of ethereally pale silver, which turned to amber, and then to ashes of roses, and then to gold.
Where were the flames that had sung to me ethereally before?
The colour sank back out of her face, and the light from the window rested on it ethereally.
She had numerous chins, but, imbedded in flesh, one could still trace a likeness to an ethereally fair daughter.
She was ethereally slender, brown-eyed, brown-haired, brown-skinned.
ethereal e·the·re·al (ĭ-thēr'ē-əl)
Characterized by lightness and insubstantiality; intangible.
Of, relating to, or containing ether.