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  • There was an aura about how short the series was like all things that die young.
  • They also receive a glowing aura so that they stand out against other characters.
  • During these times, his usually silver hair will turn black due to the "evil aura."
  • You can also practice with your band in Aura recording studio.
  • An aura of an object is what an object represents through its previous history and experience.
  • Which type of power they can use depends on their aura and what they are taught.
  • The only thing that remains is the aura of the "good old days."
  • The player can also change the aura of their character.
  • She and the child both have auras around their heads, as well as the individuals standing beside her.
  • The game is won when a player gets eight auras in all three categories.
  • She was the type of artist who carried a unique aura.
  • His history has created a dangerous aura about him, one that eventually escalates.
  • Most people who have auras have the same type of aura every time.
  • Most people who have auras have the same type of aura every time.
  • It is located to the north of the city centre, on the west bank of the river Aura.
  • He claimed that he could see their auras from behind the partition.
  • As such, many of the stories told about them have the aura of tall tales.
  • He gave his sixth aura to the forests (one text has the hills).
  • Auras appear gradually over a number of minutes and generally last less than 60 minutes.
  • The museum is located on the east bank of the Aura River.
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Synonyms of aura

Meaning of aura

  • noun A sensation (as of a cold breeze or bright light) that precedes the onset of certain disorders such as a migraine attack or epileptic seizure
  • noun An indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint