B: [tenor is silent during this line] / Thro' the etherial
The Johnsons' bedroom is an etherial
retreat of blue and white.
We say: I don't know why all the yoga apps have to feature such spaced-out etherial
voices, but all of them do.
The cover of the 1 July 1847 issue of Aaron's journal illustrates the lengths to which he was prepared to go to try to put 'The etherial
humbug' in its place.
30) Blake evidently thought Phillips would see the connection between anti-Newtonianism and scoffing at the stars' "influence"--a word that Blake uses in his writings eight times (31) in the sense of "the supposed flowing or streaming from the stars or heavens of an etherial
fluid acting upon the character and destiny of men" (OED).
Annibale's tiny Coronation of St Stephen (Weiner Collection, New York) is a cerulean hymn of praise, as etherial
as the miniatures by Elsheimer nearby.
3) Ultimately, mercantile culture fails as a metaphor for Woolf because it already carries with it the early symptoms of the modern disease: its exotic-sounding consumer products - such as silk and oil - did not imply any transcendent value; its heroes (pirates) were not really searching for God; its poets, as much as they spoke of an etherial
absolute, wrote for a crowded, democratized, unwashed populace; its heavenly paeans to its Virgin Queen only immortalized a woman (and not necessarily a virgin woman).
The wedding party and guests entered through an aisle which had an etherial
feel--lined with antique gold lanterns and greenery, facing an open stone fireplace, decorated with eucalyptus garland, flowers, and candles.
Roger McGuinn's transcendental 12 string guitar and etherial
vocals were among the most distinctive trademarks of mid 1960s popular music.
As Reiman and Fraistat astutely remark, the opening section "displays PBS's diction, tone and perspective that continually enlist the denotations and connotations of words and the mellifluous quality of their sounds to transform solid physical objects into transient, etherial
states of moral significance" (210).