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While many loved the elegant art piece, made all the more sublime by the artist’s invisibility, others condemned the incursion of any man-made object in pristine desert.
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On the other hand, single conifers have a capacity to dazzle as sublime specimens or to drag a landscape down.
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That made the ice in the mix sublime — move directly from a solid to a gas.
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First, there’s the sublime look of joy on Luke’s face as Jess says, “I was attacked by a swan.”
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The essential kindness and sublime silliness of one terrific franchise.
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On such occasions his unfaltering impudence reached heights truly sublime.
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Byron wrote dashingly about 'sublime Tobacco,' but I do not think he carried the practice to excess.
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To fall from the sublime to the ridiculous is especially awkward, and results in becoming very particularly ridiculous yourself.
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It was thronged with motorists who generally dashed along in sublime disregard of the speed limits.
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It is to him that we are indebted for all knowledge of the sublime scenes enacted at the last supper of the Girondists.
MADAME ROLAND, MAKERS OF HISTORYJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO SUBLIME

  • animated
  • big-time
  • bright
  • elated
  • eloquent
  • eminent
  • ethical
  • exalted
  • exhilarated
  • formal
  • grand
  • grandiloquent
  • heavy
  • high
  • high-flown
  • high-minded
  • honorable
  • inflated
  • lofty
  • noble
  • righteous
  • stately
  • sublime
  • superb
  • upright
  • upstanding
  • virtuous
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