TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «OTHERWORLDISH»
The term «otherworldish» is barely ever used and occupies the 208.583
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OTHERWORLDISH»
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You ignore it and keep kissing Angel. But when the odd cracking, snapping,
whooshing sound comes, you know you have to check it out. You pull away from
Angel and glance over at the light. It's white and pulsing and generally
Laura J. Burns, Melinda Metz, Joss Whedon, 2005
It looked otherworldish under the eerie gas lamps, but some said afterward, if
almost grimly, "Now that we know, it's okay." Men who were positive they had
indeed seen the real missile sometimes came to the wharf to interview Evans.
Vietnam Voices: Perspectives on the War Years, 1941-1975
... her negative otherworldish Catholic faith with a nobler, more human credo.
There was no other word for it, credo, in its root Latin meaning. I pledge my heart.
She had pledged it, Pete had pledged it that night at Mo Ka Lei three years ago.
Real otherworldish. He preaches on a street corner in town doing this Gullah
drug prevention spiel.” “Sounds good, but I'm starved.” I recalled he'd missed
lunch and sped up. As we traveled due west back toward the city, the evening
Amy & Roger's Epic Detour
It was strangely otherworldish—these huge red plateaus and fantastic little
driftwood trees that I couldn't stop taking pictures of, much to Roger's delight,
since he thought that taking pictures of trees was the most ridiculous thing he'd
ever heard ...
... otherworldish his whole appearance. His long white hair fell on his shoulders
in an unkempt mass, and his dark eyes burned with a strange unearthly fire. He
replied to the Abbot's greeting with a somewhat surly air ; and there was a
written by her musical director, a plainly told tale of a dedicated life, neither
gossipy nor high falutin. The many photographs are valuable. Those in character
show the famously otherworldish face, but some snapshots of Pavlova on holiday
J.C. Squire, Rolfe Arnold Scott-James, 1936
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Bankova 10; Khreshchatyk) Hard to say which other national president hasa
bunch of otherworldish creatures peering into his window, but the Ukrainian one
Lonely Planet, Marc Di Duca, Leonid Ragozin, 2014
The Little Drummer Girl
... where the socalled Argentinian photographerseagerly awaited him,and Litvak
totheHotel Bayerischer Hof, where he was greeted byamunitions expertknown
tohim only as Jacob, asighing, otherworldish fellow in a stained suède jacket,
The Center of the Universe: A Memoir
I'm betting there's no connection between his being grounded for good and her
rising from metaphorical ashes, but both of my siblings are looking vaguely
otherworldish. No one says it out loud, but I have a feeling Ben has that whole K2