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atmosphere

noun air, airspace, ambience, aura, background, circumambience, climate, climatic condition, element, environing influence, environment, medium, mood, setting, space, surroundings, weather
Associated concepts: clouding the atmosphere, polluting the atmosphere
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The boys' rain-sodden nighttime trip with their abductee to a cabin in the woods actually plays out in an atmospherically creepy prologue, with subsequent scenes filling in the background story.
A production of kids' favorite "The Railway Children," atmospherically staged at London's Waterloo railway station, was named best entertainment.
Alnwick Castle and its world-renowned garden can be admired from the outside if you are on a flying visit, but don't bypass Barter Books, with 350,000 page turners atmospherically housed in the town's disused Victorian rail station, and a good place to grab coffee.
The [Rutledge] books are meticulously researched, atmospherically rich, and classically British.
Atmospherically colored illustrations perfectly capture the changing moods of this original fable about an individualistic cloud who refuses to be part of a storm and longs to be both "me and part of something too.
Our cities have been redesigned to fit a model of individual mobility and are choking, both atmospherically and on the streets; our power grids are separated into an electricity system that feeds homes and offices and a fuel system that powers transport; our lives are compartmentalised into increasing connectedness through computing and telecoms and the engineered bubbles we drive around that talk to no one except by colliding with each other.
The nursing units include general medical/surgical beds, a pediatric intensive care unit, and 12 beds that are atmospherically controlled to protect cancer patients.
Male albino mice were enclosed in a sealed cylindrical inhalation chamber which was atmospherically saturated with 1% or 3% linalool over a period of 60 minutes.
Not many contemporary travel writers would willingly run the risks she takes to get her story right, both historically and atmospherically.
Any atmospherically carried particulates, be they viable pathogens, pyrogenic material, chemical fumes, odours or viruses, or other offending materials are 'zapped' by the plasma field as a result of its own electrical charge.
That was about as far away atmospherically as you can get from the bleak Scarborough farm in which they recorded News And Tributes.
But there is one hotel in North Wales which really stands apart geographically and atmospherically from the hustle and bustle of daily 21st Century life.