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1‘melodic phrases of ethereal beauty’
delicate, exquisite, dainty, elegant, graceful, beautiful, lovely
fragile, airy, gossamer, gossamery, light, fine, diaphanous, thin, tenuous, subtle, insubstantial, shadowy
2‘theologians may discuss abstract and ethereal ideas’
celestial, heavenly, spiritual, unearthly, other-worldly, paradisical, Elysian, sublime, divine, holy
rare empyrean, superlunary
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