The room felt light and ethereal, with bright lights reflecting off of the floor and white curtained walls.
Jimmy So on the difficulty in defining the ethereal movement.
The ethereal Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes is fast becoming another Stevie Nicks.
They will return, Eve says, and in the meanwhile they have an ethereal beauty.
For a time, it seemed she might be typecast, forever playing some version of ethereal.
It was not an ethereal joy welcoming new souls to struggle, perchance to victory.
She waved her hand to Edgar Vaughan, with a gesture of ethereal triumph.
In this ethereal realm are the currents that make possible wireless telegraphy.
There was the ethereal ocean in which this great shape swam!
Wide o'er the ethereal walks extends thy sway, And o'er the infernal mansions void of day!Look upon us on earth!
ethereal e·the·re·al (ĭ-thēr'ē-əl)
Characterized by lightness and insubstantiality; intangible.
Of, relating to, or containing ether.