ideal

[ ahy-dee-uhl, ahy-deel ]SEE DEFINITION OF ideal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IDEAL

He was not by any means an ideal monk, but he was equally far from being a scandal.

And this ideal of equality and individuality was fixed in the American mind.

The ideal, or even my own ideal, I shall probably not attain.

It is a thought, an ideal, which has led to an entirely new line of action.

He knew something of horses, and this bay fitted into his dreams of an ideal perfectly.

"Perhaps your faith in the ideal is deeper than you are aware," said my friend.

There is some matter for surprise in the fact that Brutus is an ideal portrait of Shakespeare.

He was in love with the ideal and would not confine it to any country.

As we have said, that ideal kept pace with the growth of the ideal for man.

This would be an ideal condition, but it has not, as vet been reached.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IDEAL

nonpareil

nounmodel of perfection
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