etherealize [ih-theer-ee-uh-lahyz] ExamplesWord Origin verb (used with object), e·the·re·al·ized, e·the·re·al·iz·ing.

  1. to make ethereal.

Also especially British, e·the·re·al·ise. Origin of etherealize First recorded in 1820–30; ethereal + -ize Related formse·the·re·al·i·za·tion, noun Examples from the Web for etherealize Historical Examples of etherealize

  • If the results of its action and influence are such as to elevate and etherealize our nature, its validity may be assumed.

    British Quarterly Review, American Edition, Volume LIV


  • What tints of perfect love Rosier than summer rose, etherealize thy lay!

    The Visions of England

    Francis T. Palgrave

  • British Dictionary definitions for etherealize etherealize etherealise verb (tr)

    1. to make or regard as being ethereal
    2. to add ether to or make into ether or something resembling ether

    Derived Formsetherealization or etherealisation, noun

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