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ethereal
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Don Quixote
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  • …other great exploits are, were and will be, the work of fame that mortals desire as a reward and a portion of the immortality their famous deeds deserve; though we Catholic Christians and knights-errant look more to that future glory that is everlasting in the ethereal regions of heaven than to the vanity of the fame that is to be acquired in this present transitory life; a fame that, however long it may last, must after all end with the world itself, which has its own appointed end.

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  • The dancer’s grace, the flowing costume, and the ethereal melody created the impression that she floated through air.
  • physical rather than ethereal forms

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