Ethereal [adjective]

Definition of Ethereal:

delicate, heavenly

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Sentence/Example of Ethereal:

Her white face looked ethereal in the moonlight, and her bloodless lips were quivering with returning life.

It may be applied directly to a suspected fluid, or, better, to the ethereal extract.

Madame Colleville was a Parisian, piquant, winning and pretty, as well as clever and ethereal.

Again he sat in the soft darkness, before the ghostly glimmer of the silk, tracing upon it visions of ethereal light.

See the ideal and ethereal being whom you have been so faithfully impersonating all the afternoon!

I long to see the ethereal horizon of my dreams again, those women without claws, those winged beings and their obliging ways.

The distillate, in every case, had an ethereal odor suggesting amyl formate in very dilute solution, but was more fragrant.

To stupefy oneself with other wines, is brutal; but to raise oneself to the seventh heaven with thee, is quite ethereal.

Lately you had no soul, you were ethereal and cold, yet withal in some remote way passionate, like your own boy's voice.

We have seen what an ethereal creature Miss Margaret Parker was.