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Synonyms for atmospheric

of or relating to air

Synonyms for atmospheric

relating to or located in the atmosphere

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Although it often fails to disguise its low–tudget shortcomings, Hammer of the Gods is atmospherically bleak and not short on graphic violence – this was not the age of the tea party.
Produced by Guillermo Del Toro, it's atmospherically shot and at times is scary and unsettling.
Brooding tension and sweeping techno bass-lines frame a wonderful title track, but the highlight comes from the atmospherically haunting Counting Birds.
If an organic film forms on the outside of a particle, it can shut off these atmospherically important reactions.
Henceforth, rather than be relegated to the sofa, celebrities are creating padded and atmospherically controlled rooms where they can snore away undisturbed.
echoing atmospherically throughout the hotel every time I slightly moved position or, indeed, breathed.
Titled Dein Schatten liest Funeral Rites (Lichtraum fur Funeral Rites) (Your Shadow Is Reading Funeral Rites [Room of Light for Funeral Rites]), 2009, this installation was spare yet atmospherically charged: Suffused with green and red light, the space was empty save for the one line of text, mounted on the white wall in white vinyl letters.
Atmospherically, this is the real deal, from the essential Marley concert action painting to an eight-table dining area in a storefront that's no more than 9 feet across.
Atmospherically staged with an original score, Moll Flanders bears all the Cardiff-based Mappa Mundi trademarks that keep audiences entertained.
These common pollutants often enter the stream through inputs of sewage or lawn and farm fertilizer, and both may also be deposited atmospherically, Mulholland's study indicated a much lower level of nitrate and dissolved phosphorus during the autumn and spring as a result of uptake by organisms within the stream.
James Robinson's Turandot, first seen in Toronto in 1997, looked just as presentable in a second visit, remounted by Peter Rothstein, its Anita Stewart scaffold sets atmospherically lit by Marcus Dilliard to evoke the nocturnal mysteries of a fairytale Peking.
It's eerie, deeply unsettling and absolutely, psychologically real; drama in its purest terms, played out in primeval natural settings and atmospherically cinematic terms.
NREL's Atmospheric Processing Platform is a sophisticated, multi-functional process line with integrated vacuum processing, materials analysis, inkjet and spray stations housed within atmospherically controlled chambers.
The drama has been the catalyst for some fine acting and the settings have been atmospherically absorbing.
Your correspondent is on his usual hobby horse of deriding wind turbines, solar panels and other means of generating renewable energy and extolling the most expensive and polluting sources we employ at present to supply most of the UKs base load: nuclear and fossil fuel generation (chiefly coal and oil, both heavily atmospherically polluting).