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This was our annual us-only ski trip — no husbands or kids — and it was sublime.
His lyricism and his textures were sublime, and he woke me up to my own desire to paint these same strokes with words.
She traveled around the Adriatic coast towns of Italy in search of the most sublime brodetto, a piece The New Yorker published in its annual food issue in 2008.
Comfort isn’t quite as sublime as previous days, with some humidity around, thanks to dew points — muggy for this time of year — in the low to mid-60s.
“I must tell you, Mr. Longcluse, I can't listen to such language,” observes Mr. Harman sublimely.
CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
The Brodricks seemed to tolerate their brother-in-law; and he seemed, more sublimely, to tolerate their tolerance.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR
Nearer and nearer it came, and more and more sublimely imposing became its aspect; yes, all England was there, apparently.
How sublimely the poet-prophet narrates the misery of the Fall, and the promised glories of the Restoration!
Talking about bush fires, we often saw them raging madly and sublimely in the mountains.
And all the while America is sublimely unconscious that the joys of childhood are not hers.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY

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