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noun as in air, character

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“Magical, right,” then-pitching coach Paul Menhart said, meaning the aura over the whole camp.

Keeping them in the light is supposed to deplete their aura or something.

Despite efforts like relaunching Reebok Classics a few years ago, the brand never regained much of its cool aura, retro or otherwise.

From Fortune

Yet, even as the club became more accessible, it retained its aura of indulgence.

From Eater

Perhaps above all else, Kipchoge benefited from his own aura of invincibility.

Most of the Atari employees I saw projected an aura of almost delirious bliss.

The friendly aura vanished, her eyes dead, voice robotic and confident she was correct.

They shared a birthday—July 8—and Nelson always thought that bestowed some sort of personal aura on him.

It gives them all aura, a collective power, an almost animal force.

He was, in fact, of average height, but he had an aura like a pope or a head of state.

Some hidden magnetism burst from him like an aura, and his cold pasty face and light gray eyes flamed into positive beauty.

Celuy pourra savoir l'aise qu'en avons receu et recevons, qui aura cogneu les dangers et necessits o nous estions.

I suppose there was an aura, a halo, some sort of effulgency about the place; for here I find you louder than the rest.

Ma foi, je serais fch de le savoir, et je crois que l'auteur aura sagement fait de ne mettre personne dans son secret.

It might have been the aura of the two exquisite women, he thought.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aura, such as: ambience, aspect, atmosphere, feeling, mood, and quality.

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