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Aura
(n.)- that which surrounds (as an atmosphere); a distinctive air or personal quality
The only thing I can think of is solid, but what do you guys think?

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  1. ———-For locational purposes that have the same mysticality and deepness, but could be considered an antonym:::
    SOUL
    ———-for reasons that would maintain a more or less COMPLETE ANTONYM approach to the word:::: an ORGAN or INTESTINES..
    this is retarded to use in my opinion but u asked so i tell
    this is why i stick to synonyms 🙂
    i say soul because if u think of what an actuall aura is, u can argue what would b acceptable as an antonym….
    anything opposite is one way to go
    but a soul is on the same level to aura in an enigmatic sense unfortunately can also b quite opinionated… its mystical and shit but still opposite to aura or more specifically Inverse to aura
    for the intestine some1 agrees with me
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081110201445AAtX3ce

  2. I don’t think there is an antonym for aura. I even searched around the web…and none of the dictionary sites list any. Solid wouldn’t be it. An aura is an intangible thing…so how would you say that the opposite of it would be. What is the opposite of something that is actually nothing???
    Maybe you should put this one on the philosophy page. It sure has my head working overtime.

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