Definition of ethereally in English:


(also etherially)


See ethereal

  • ‘In fact, Thomas is radiantly healthy and almost ethereally beautiful.’
  • ‘This book has an atmosphere so ethereally unsettling, it will haunt you for weeks.’
  • ‘It is, certainly, painfully lovely, achingly gorgeous, exasperatingly lyrical, sumptuously spellbinding, ethereally hypnotic, and, above all, transcendentally sublime.’
  • ‘When the cloaked figure wanders, ethereally, through the misty graveyard, dancing among the headstones, we sense we are in the hands of an exceptional visionary.’
  • ‘Whatever it was glowed ethereally, some metres away from him.’