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ethereal
used in Anne Of Green Gables

2 uses
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Definition
characterized by an air-like insubstantiality

or:

so delicate and insubstantial that it barely seems of this world — often beautiful
  • Afar in the southwest was the great shimmering, pearl-like sparkle of an evening star in a sky that was pale golden and ethereal rose over gleaming white spaces and dark glens of spruce.
    Chapter 18 — Anne to the Rescue (85% in)
  • A bridge spanned it midway and from there to its lower end, where an amber-hued belt of sand-hills shut it in from the dark blue gulf beyond, the water was a glory of many shifting hues—the most spiritual shadings of crocus and rose and ethereal green, with other elusive tintings for which no name has ever been found.
    Chapter 2 — Matthew Cuthbert is surprised (77% in)

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