In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(calm/glow/silence/scream) sobrenatural(beauty) de otro mundo(beauty) celestial
- There was something strange in that moment when she looked at him, something unearthly and mysterious.
- There was an unearthly howl in the distance that chilled Zeya to the bone.
- The wind unleashed another unearthly wail that sent a chill rushing through his entire body.
- Then an unearthly, spooky, almost howling sound joined it.
- The moonbeams caused the gems of elaborate jewelry to glow with an unearthly light, as if they possessed a heart pulse of their own.
- She smiled at him, the glowing buttons casting an unearthly light on her face.
- There was no other word to describe it but unearthly, and foreign.
- They attempt to explore every avenue, but don't have any problems accepting that this mystery might have a unearthly solution.
- It was human-shaped, tall and muscular, but it glowed with an unearthly blue light.
- I put up my collages and paintings and calendars and messages, and then got some blue lights to give the room an unearthly look.
- His dark eyes seemed to be contemplating unearthly mysteries, which is an unusual sight in one so young.
- The ball shone with an unearthly light, further distressing the fish that had not yet discovered a way out.
- Though as I got to the front window I almost wished that the men had got there first as there was something a bit weird and unearthly about the driver.
- They were terrifying and unearthly, eerily bloodchilling as they invoked all evil spirits to possess them.
- Whit turned to look at Solace, who was glowing with an unearthly light.
- She turned back to the television screen, its unearthly blue light washing out her face.
- Jake heard an odd, unearthly, high-pitched noise, and then the lights went back on.
- The storm had passed by sunset, and then the world shone with an unearthly light out of a Turner painting.
- And once they got by that, the stranger was greeted by an unearthly surprise.
- It was - there is no other word for it - unearthly.
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