But the rumors may add to his aura of power as founder of Otto Reich Associates.
The style is elegant and understated, the aura of weariness and mortality extremely powerful.
Musicians such as Charlie Parker, Count Basie, and Lester Young exuded the aura of outsider-as-insider.
There is an aura of transcendence, a spiritual fulfillment that comes with attaining “an intense transactional present.”
Then there is the aura of someone who acts as if the rules don't apply to him.
And my aura must be deaf to rakish young beaux and their compliments.
"Lee—over there—" aura's whispered words were drab with horror.
I resisted all temptation to deck myself with snowdrops and fir twigs; their subdued tones do not match my aura.
Trembling, Lee stood up, with the mute, white-faced aura clinging to him.
He thought first of aura, with a calm peaceful sense of happiness.
1870 in spiritualism, "subtle emanation around living beings;" earlier "characteristic impression" made by a personality (1859), earlier still "gentle breeze" (late 14c.), from Latin aura "breeze, wind, air," from Greek aura "breath, breeze," from PIE root *awer- (see air (n.1)).
aura au·ra (ôr'ə)
n. pl. au·ras or au·rae (ôr'ē)
A sensation, as of a cold breeze or a bright light, that precedes the onset of certain disorders, such as an epileptic seizure or an attack of migraine.