Definition of Etherial

1. Adjective. (archaic form of ethereal) ¹



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Definition of Etherial

1. ethereal [adj] - See also: ethereal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Etherial

etherealises
etherealising
etherealism
etherealities
ethereality
etherealization
etherealizations
etherealize
etherealized
etherealizes
etherealizing
ethereally
etherealness
etherealnesses
ethereous
etherial (current term)
etherialise
etheric
etherification
etherifications
etherified
etherifies
etheriform
etherify
etherifying
etherin
etherion
etherions
etherise
etherised

Literary usage of Etherial

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1. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1908)
"The etherial tension near the earth's surface, required to explain gravity by its rate of variation, is of the order б x io" cgs units. ..."

2. Methods in Chemical Analysis: Originated Or Developed in the Kent Chemical by Frank Austin Gooch (1912)
"The Separation of Nickel and Cobalt by the etherial Solution Hydrochloric Acid. ... From the etherial solution containing the minimum of water the ..."

3. Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1867)
"I. On the Action between the Material Molecules and the etherial Medium, considered with reference to the Theory of the Refraction of Light in Crystallised ..."

4. A Tibetan-English dictionary, with Sanskrit synonyms by Sarat Chandra Das (1902)
"... or etherial object». w Ik ч- чч; W "К* S*' wI are included in the compounded thing»; while idea» euch ем ^vwi« bdut- ma ..."

5. The Life of John Milton by Charles Symmons (1822)
"... Feel my mind swell to fit her heavenly place: And, smiling at my life's successful fight, Exult and brighten in etherial light'*. 91 Mr. W. Gifford, ..."

6. The Campaign of 1781 in the Carolinas: With Remarks, Historical and Critical by Henry Lee (1824)
"... and that although this officer possessed skill as an engineer, yet he was " moderate in talent; not a spark of the etherial in his composition. ..."

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