Thesaurus / ultimates


Like other students of the “Ultimates,” Mrs. Vanderhook found that her “Attainments” did not mix well with every-day commonplaces.

The whole language is sufficient, except in the excessives—the ultimates.

If he had solved this problem of ultimates, he would be at the end of his thread of life and would compass the Infinite.

The ultimate of ultimates is mind or spirit—the eternal intelligent spirit of Deity and man.

Sometimes it ultimates itself in the ulceration and destruction of other osseous tissues in different portions of the body.

He was not fastidious, he would not trouble himself or other people about ultimates, above all he could be fired with imagination.

QuisantAnthony Hope

Dowd was so penetratingly right,—and so ignorant of certain essentials, so wrong in his forecasts and ultimates.

MarriageH. G. Wells

His passion for ultimates grew upon him; sometimes it seemed as though he would put up with nothing less.

QuisantAnthony Hope

The fact is, art is essentially a spiritual thing, and its vision is perpetually turned to Ultimates.

Imaginations and Reveries(A.E.) George William Russell

As yet, the ultimates of all things lie hidden in the womb of the vast unknown.

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