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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishethereale‧the‧re‧al /ɪˈθɪəriəl $ ɪˈθɪr-/ adjective  STRONG PERSON#very delicate and light, in a way that does not seem real ethereal beauty His music is ethereal.ethereally adverb
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etherealOur tastes were not thin, or ethereal.A few knots and tangles made her less ethereal, as did a streak of blood across the perfect chin.The protagonist is totally absorbed in watching the ethereal mechanism come to rest.The spirituality need not be the most ethereal, nor the most learned or literary, but it must be relevant.The final ethereal prayer and solo duet were beautifully sung.Some are nothing more than ethereal vapours, others are more powerful, more evident.
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