Definition of Ethereality

1. n. The state of being ethereal; etherealness.



Definition of Ethereality

1. Noun. The quality of being ethereal. ¹

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Definition of Ethereality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethereality

etherates
ethercap
ethercaps
ethereal
ethereal oil
ethereal solution
etherealisation
etherealisations
etherealise
etherealised
etherealises
etherealising
etherealism
etherealities
ethereality (current term)
etherealization
etherealizations
etherealize
etherealized
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etherealizing
ethereally
etherealness
etherealnesses
ethereous
etherial
etherialise
etheric
etherification

Literary usage of Ethereality

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1. Angel Voices from the Spirit World: Glory to God who Sends Them by James Lawrence (1874)
"AMEN. ethereality. THE subject matter of this transcript will be ethereality and its mysteries, so conceived by the finite mind. ..."

2. Clairvoyance: A System of Philosophy Concerning Its Law, Nature, and Unfoldment by Jesse Charles Fremont Grumbine (1899)
"Matter as materiality is subject to matter as ethereality, and if it be true, as chemistry alleges, that ether is the universal substance from which, ..."

3. Aspects of Poetry: Being Lectures Delivered at Oxford by John Campbell Shairp (1882)
"It has in it something of that ethereality of thought and manner which belonged to ... This peculiar ethereality — which is a thing to feel rather than to ..."

4. Spiritual Magazine (1877)
"So it is with a comet; atom on atom of its ethereality pile themselves ; they cohere ; they are thousands of miles in height, in breadth, in thickness ..."

5. Angel Voices from the Spirit World: Glory to God who Sends Them by James Lawrence (1874)
"AMEN. ethereality. THE subject matter of this transcript will be ethereality and its mysteries, so conceived by the finite mind. ..."

6. Clairvoyance: A System of Philosophy Concerning Its Law, Nature, and Unfoldment by Jesse Charles Fremont Grumbine (1899)
"Matter as materiality is subject to matter as ethereality, and if it be true, as chemistry alleges, that ether is the universal substance from which, ..."

7. Aspects of Poetry: Being Lectures Delivered at Oxford by John Campbell Shairp (1882)
"It has in it something of that ethereality of thought and manner which belonged to ... This peculiar ethereality — which is a thing to feel rather than to ..."

8. Spiritual Magazine (1877)
"So it is with a comet; atom on atom of its ethereality pile themselves ; they cohere ; they are thousands of miles in height, in breadth, in thickness ..."

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