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Synonyms for ethereal

so light and insubstantial as to resemble air or a thin film

Synonyms for ethereal

characterized by lightness and insubstantiality

of or containing or dissolved in ether

of heaven or the spirit

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characterized by unusual lightness and delicacy

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Enticing, elastic and ethereally elegant, their strength lies in making newforms that have force of personality coupled with a delicate poise.
A woman dances a lullaby, her movements ethereally soft.
Saraceno's objects are well crafted and often ethereally beautiful.
Dressed ethereally in a chiffon cream empire line dress topped off with a black ribbon she is humble and sweet, almost nervous to be facing such an eager crowd.
WHAT: Ethereally thin, crispy wood-fired pizza at a destination restaurant opened by a Chez Panisse alum.
So it's almost a shock to discover that, in the flesh, she's extraordinarily, ethereally beautiful.
The museum itself, however, is being designed by British architect John Pawson, renowned for his minimal homes and a handful of ethereally beautiful buildings including the Novy Dvur monastery (Fig.
In the twilighted theater, lulled with music's emotional and motional rhythms, we see our day-dream wishes ethereally materialized before us at the screen's window, which opens on the land of heart's desire.
Her movements were ethereally serene, showing that her Giselle had found an inner peace and that her forgiveness of Albrecht was complete.
1 Radiating light, the translucent volume of the house shimmers ethereally on the edge of a paddy field.
Then there is the dramatic harbour itself, with the giant statue of Christ The Redeemer, arms outstretched, gazing over the city 2,000 feet below, his figure often swirling ethereally in and out of the clouds.
On the other hand, perhaps Wales has been ethereally proselytised by the frequent passage through Holyhead port of some unusual Irish citizens, including Sheik Khalid bin Mahfouz, brother-in-law of Saudi Arabian renegade Osama bin Laden, leader of the al-Qa'eda terrorists.
Van Morrison's likewise a survivor, but he spent the '80s remaking essentially the same ethereally spiritual album and then spent the '90s repeating basically a crankier version of his '80s music.
Blue Phrase," alternately performed by Beller and Josie Coyoc (whom I saw) to Eric Dolphy's saxophone ruminations on "God Bless the Child," is notable chiefly for Wierzel's extraordinary lighting: ethereally blue with projected skyblue squares that might be windows to the outside world, or a geometric sun and moon shining over an alien planet.
Dansk Mobelkunst (with galleries in Paris and Zurich as well as Copenhagen) is showing fine Scandinavian furniture by perennials Poul Kjmrholm and Finn Juhl, whilst Stockholm-based Modernity will bring an ethereally elegant silver candelabra by Tapio Wirkkala and one of Josef Frank's popular floral decorated chests.