Aethereal Definition

ēthirēəl, ithirēəl
adjective
Webster's New World
The definition of aethereal is something that is fragile, or something that is light and airy, or something that is from heaven.
An example of something aethereal is a glass vase.
An example of something aethereal is a cherub.
An example of something aethereal is a billowy silk robe.
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