|causing fear, apprehension, or dread:|
|a moment in which a person suddenly sees or understands something in a new or very clear way|
|1.||extremely delicate or refined; exquisite|
|2.||almost as light as air; impalpable; airy|
|3.||celestial or spiritual|
|4.||of, containing, or dissolved in an ether, esp diethyl ether: an ethereal solution|
|5.||of or relating to the ether|
|[C16: from Latin aethereus, from Greek aitherios, from aithēr|
ethereal e·the·re·al (ĭ-thēr'ē-əl)
Characterized by lightness and insubstantiality; intangible.
Of, relating to, or containing ether.