atmosphere[ at-muhs-feer ]SEE DEFINITION OF atmosphere
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATMOSPHERE
It was sultry, and there was something in the atmosphere that at once threatened and soothed.
Her woman's vanity blossomed deliciously in the atmosphere of a man's love.
He had breathed into the atmosphere a subtle malaria, and George had caught the disease.
They absorbed her atmosphere and after each followed a period of mental asphyxy.
The campaigns of Napoleon, with their atmosphere of glory, illustrate this.
Meteorology deals with the atmosphere of the globe, in all its forms.
The bell continued to sound loud and clear in the great purity of the atmosphere.
It was thus for Angelique an atmosphere of affection and love, in which she grew and thrived.
The development of living ideals is not in an atmosphere of cynicism.
But it is offensive to man, insulting to the atmosphere, and destructive of him who uses it.