verb (used with object), e·the·re·al·ized, e·the·re·al·iz·ing.
Related formse·the·re·al·i·za·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for etherealized
There they stood and shouted and laughed as their voices came back upon the still air softened and etherealized.The Redemption of David Corson|Charles Frederic Goss
We have in this day professed Christians who are so rarefied and etherealized that they do not want a religion of blood.New Tabernacle Sermons|Thomas De Witt Talmage
When it was over, and she lay still and etherealized among the pillows, she was conscious only of an infinite restfulness.Phases of an Inferior Planet|Ellen Glasgow
Somehow under the sex-taboo they became spiritualized and etherealized out of all human use.Pagan & Christian Creeds|Edward Carpenter
I am sure my fancy raised up something round that blue-eyed mite of a child, which etherealized, and made a very angel of her.David Copperfield|Charles Dickens