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Definition of "ethereally" [e•the•re•al•ly]

  • In an ethereal manner (adverb)

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Use "ethereally" in a sentence
  • "But unlike his ethereally sorrowful 2006 novel, "The Brief History of the Dead," most of the heartache and physical ailments here are presented frankly, with a calm, inquiring concern for the pain they produce."
  • "The result was a brief but incandescent heyday of what some critics blanketed as "the L.A. Look"—which ranged from Ed Ruscha's deft and light-touch Pop, through Larry Bell's ethereally Minimalist glass boxes, to Robert Irwin's hovering translucent discs that literally blurred the boundaries between the art object and its environment."
  • "All the girls were beautiful -- delicately, ethereally beautiful."