otherworld

[ UK /ˈʌðəwˌɜːld/ ]
NOUN
  1. an abstract spiritual world beyond earthly reality
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How To Use otherworld In A Sentence

  • This gave the film an ethereal, otherworldly quality that drew critical praise and, again, commercial indifference.
  • So here again we have her as that which is both of the body and outside of bodily experience, both in the world and otherworldly.
  • In other ways, Storm Born resembles Bloodring, with all the powerful gems, Eugenie's way of living and (sometimes rather demonical) visitors from Otherworld. Richelle Mead - Storm Born (Book Review)
  • My favorite imitator, the Hinckley columbine, is like a butter-yellow, otherworldly bird.
  • From the beginning, the Protestant Reformers looked with disfavor on the contemplative life and on the quality of mystery that they designated ‘otherworldly.’
  • Local red Tolosa beans appear in what Elena Arzak, Mr. Arzak's daughter and the restaurant's co-head chef, calls an "aperitif," an otherworldly broth served in a shot glass. Members Only (Most of the Time)
  • Nor, perhaps, did they wish the supernatural to meld with the sexual, as otherworldly beings turned out to be alluring mortal women in flimsy garments. Scott Repatriated?: La Dame blanche Crosses the Channel
  • That's interesting, because Louisiana's leading candidate for Governor, Rep. Bobby Jindal (R-Kenner), has previously written about his belief in otherworldly entities such as angels, spirits, demons and "related phenomena". Archive 2007-03-01
  • It's an otherworldly site, fringed with dunes and studded with bone-white calcium carbonate spires called tufa towers.
  • She does look quite 'otherworldly' - a good match for Matt S. OMG
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