Idealism was not very popular, he said, but thank God he was an idealist.
It was the pure love of the idealist and the dreamer––it was divine.
“The external world,” says the Materialist––“Does not exist,” says the Idealist.
Keziah, in spite of her worldly common sense, was an idealist at heart.
Even our open-eyed Jewish idealist has been blest with ignorance of the actual.
And they are exact visions, for this idealist is no visionary.
While he may be full of ideas, he should be neither an idealist nor a dreamer.
He will be pleased to explain all you may wish to know about the Idealist Way.
An idealist, how could she trust herself to Eustace Hignett?
He is the idealist of his own heroism, and believes in himself as a hero.