1. personification of the sky or upper air breathed by the Olympians; son of Erebus and night or of Chaos and darkness
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How To Use Aether In A Sentence

  • OK, Einstein likened spacetime to the aether because it acts upon and can be perturbed by matter. Are Changes Brewing and How Does the Mind Fit In?
  • It was then malaxated and digested in cold aether.
  • Parthenope, dulcisque solo tu gloria nostro reptasti. nitidum consurgat ad aethera tellus The Marriage of Stella and Violentilla
  • Ceu canis umbrosam lustrans Gortynia uallem, si celeris potuit ceruae comprendere lustra, saeuit in absentem et circum uestigia latrans5 aethera per nitidum tenues sectatur odores: non amnes illam medii, non ardua tardant, perdita nec serae meminit decedere nocti. Fragments of the De Morte
  • HPMC can not dissolve in grain alcohol, aether and acetone without water in them and can dissolve into clear or slight feculent colloidal solution .
  • In our libraries, we have often seen that making titles available freely in aetheric editions has often served to make the same title more desirable in print. Enter the Bibliomancer: A new career for the CodePoet
  • The reasoning of the Stoics was based on exactly such a belief: that the universe was made of two types of substance: the passive substance we call matter; and Fate or Logos as an aetheric substance that is active in it, governs it, makes it a dance a merry jig to the tune it calls. Archive 2009-08-01
  • The aether carries the information, the aether is information. The goggles, they do...whoah!
  • Because, as Lord Kelvin points out, though it is admitted that Aether is matter, yet that admission is only a qualified admission, and not one which carries with it all the properties that essentially belong to matter, or an admission which includes the fact that Aether is gravitative, that is, subject to Aether and Gravitation
  • In August 1812, he wrote a sonnet, ‘To a Balloon laden with Knowledge’: ‘Bright ball of flame that through the gloom of even / silently takest thine aethereal way….’ Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies
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