Origin of ethereal
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How to use ethereal in a sentence
Choose a theme that suits their aesthetic, whether it be ethereal, botanical, or heroic.
The mushroom itself is wavy and ethereal, with petals like a flower.
As he paced around the room to calm down, he suddenly sensed an ethereal presence.
His ethereally beautiful girlfriend, Marina, was with him, sitting silent in front of an untouched cocktail.How Boris Berezovsky Made Vladimir Putin, and Putin Unmade Berezovsky|Owen Matthews|March 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
How should they guess that alongside her religious fervor a human love grew ethereally like an air plant?Duffels|Edward Eggleston
She had numerous chins, but, imbedded in flesh, one could still trace a likeness to an ethereally fair daughter.Lady Cassandra|Mrs George de Horne Vaizey
Electric light was not permitted, and the room was lit only by a few green-shaded candles which made the invalid ethereally pale.The Heather-Moon|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
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.The Prairie Wife|Arthur Stringer
His canvases are thronged with fair shapes, pretty women and dancing children, ethereally soft and lovely.The Book of Art for Young People|Agnes Conway