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unearthly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunearthlyun‧earth‧ly /ʌnˈɜːθli $ -ˈɜːr-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 STRANGEvery strange and unnatural, and probably frightening 🔊 His eyes shone with an unearthly light.2 unearthly hour/time etc
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unearthlyFrom the top of the dunes, the landscape was unearthly.It was unearthly and he didn't like it, not one little bit.Rodomonte hardly noticed the magnificent, unearthly architecture preserved so beautifully away from the squalls of the less temperate zones.She was a lady of unearthly beauty who married a Count of Anjou and bore him four children.So it goes south to Gath, but it takes the plague with it, together with an unearthly confusion and terror.The cabin was surrounded by an unearthly green light.Adams's shapes glow with an unearthly light.In an unearthly pink light the stage labored on the grade ahead of them.But La Paca was better known for her claim to a higher, unearthly power.
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