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Definition of "ethereality" [e•the•re•al•i•ty]

  • The quality of being ethereal. (noun)

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Use "ethereality" in a sentence
  • "Such a mix is not exactly a ready-made means for triumph, but Mr. Hegarty wields it with disquieting power and grace, whether whispering through spells of ethereality or growling with an energy that is at once pent-up and unencumbered."
  • "Estelle Hanania's images explore otherworldly spaces, the sharp realness of her photographs a startling contrast to the ethereality of their subjects -- burning hands, glittery crystals, spookily-real human scarecrows, and men dressed as eery, totem-like birds."
  • "On record, their restrained dubby disco is kept in line with the demands of ethereality; onstage, they sound like a throbbing 12-inch dance remix of themselves."
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