Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


You observe, too, that nature passes into poetry; that form is sublimed into speech.

It was that of the dear, dear father, but sublimed beyond her imagination.

The whole is to be thoroughly mixed, and sublimed in earthen vessels.

Nothing that God gave to man is to be extinguished: all is to be sanctified and sublimed.

It may be sublimed unaltered, and may be obtained in prismatic crystals by the addition of water to its alcoholic solution.

It may be destroyed by dusting the leaves attacked with sublimed sulphur.

Love is sublimed to a jockey, Thought promoted to a race-horse!

Her whole face was refined and sublimed by the thought that was within her.

But as I have already said he definitely asserts that plants draw "sublimed and exalted food" from the air.

The soul of the spectator was filled with the sense of its beauty, whilst admiration was sublimed into awe.