Definition of 'aura'
Example sentences containing 'aura'
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With that collapse went their aura of invincibility. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Physicians have known for a long time that a particular aura surrounds the office of the healer. Christianity Today (2000)We are putting her record on the line but she has an aura of invincibility about her. The Sun (2012)The aura of invincibility that we carried in the eyes of the opposition has probably gone. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Republican leaders hope this would tarnish his aura of invincibility and send him tumbling in the polls. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His aura of powerful invincibility is essential to building a worldwide news superstar. The Sun (2012)There is an aura surrounding the big four which means they can often win without having to impress. The Sun (2008)She has been working successfully for three years to shed the toxic aura that surrounded the group under her father. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He has an aura of invincibility. The Sun (2016)The home team cannot afford to lose this one because they cannot allow doubt and nerves to invade that aura of invincibility. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He had that leadership quality, that aura. The Sun (2015)No, the aura of mystery surrounding the beautiful young woman remains. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is a thing of beauty, perfectly capturing the aura that surrounds the iconic vehicle. The Sun (2011)In the intervening decades, the aura of legend surrounding the cars has grown. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In Britain an aura of sanctity surrounds the aid enterprise. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The good news is that he is exuding an aura of invincibility rarely seen in British athletics. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Golf also has an aura of quality that no other family hatchback has managed to match so consistently. The Sun (2009)You carry that aura into a game and I see that in how he plays. The Sun (2011)With cost came an aura of glamour, danger, distance and profit. SPICE: The History of a Temptation (2004)Then there is the glamour and aura and success of the All Blacks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He said: 'She had a strange aura. The Sun (2009)Maybe it was, because the England team carry an aura as all dominant teams do. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She carries that very French aura of glamour and sophistication mixed with vulnerability as easily as she does her Dior bag. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'aura'
British English: aura NOUN
An aura is a quality or feeling that seems to surround a person or place or to come from them.
She had an aura of authority.
Definition of aura from the Collins English Dictionary
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