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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishatmosphericat‧mo‧spher‧ic /ˌætməsˈferɪk◂/ adjective  1 [only before noun]WEATHER relating to the Earth’s atmosphere atmospheric pressure2 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGif a place, event, sound etc is atmospheric, it gives you a particular feeling, especially a pleasant or mysterious one the atmospheric decor in the restaurant atmospheric music
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atmosphericAt times slight, but warm, gentle and atmospheric.Indeed, the fact that not many people can converse comfortably about antennas and atmospheric conditions is part of the appeal.Snow crystals form when atmospheric conditions turn water vapour into ice.This use of cats in Peake's bleak Gormenghast Castle may be more than merely an atmospheric description.No sulphur deficiency has yet been detected as a result of falling atmospheric levels but there is a need for continued vigilance.a writer of atmospheric novelsNormal atmospheric pressure is about 100 kPa, so the cabin pressure was just over one third of this.The cylinder swelled and contracted with the changing atmospheric pressure.I feel that the effect of my white washes gives an airy, atmospheric quality.More importantly, it held the soil in place, helped alleviate flooding and moderated the atmospheric temperature.
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