- to make ethereal.
Also especially British, e·the·re·al·ise.
Origin of etherealize
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Examples from the Web for etherealized
Instead, it etherealized and spiritualized Constance's beauty.A Pilgrim Maid
Marion Ames Taggart
She seemed so light and etherealized as to be almost bodiless.Phases of an Inferior Planet
So the image was retained in its entirety, but etherealized, refined.The Blazed Trail
Stewart Edward White
Thorne drew her hand within his arm and they moved on slowly in the faint moonlight that etherealized the plain.A Prairie Courtship
A sudden light leaped lustrous into the woman's eyes, her face shone radiant in its etherealized beauty.The Hill of Venus
- to make or regard as being ethereal
- to add ether to or make into ether or something resembling ether
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