- sublime ► ADJECTIVE (sublimer, sublimest) 1) of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe. 2) extreme or unparalleled: sublime confidence.► VERB Chemistry ▪ (with reference to a solid substance) change directly into vapour when heated, typically forming a solid deposit again on cooling.DERIVATIVES sublimely adverb sublimity noun.ORIGIN Latin sublimis, from sub- 'up to' + a second element perhaps related to limen 'threshold' or limus 'oblique' .
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Sublimely — Sub*lime ly, adv. In a sublime manner. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
sublimely — adverb completely; in a lofty and exalted manner awaking in me, sublimely unconscious, interest and energy for tackling these tasks … Useful english dictionary
sublimely — adverb see sublime II … New Collegiate Dictionary
sublimely — See sublime. * * * … Universalium
sublimely — adverb In a sublime manner … Wiktionary
sublimely — adv. in a sublime manner, lofty … English contemporary dictionary
sublimely — sub·lime·ly … English syllables
sublimely — See: sublime … English dictionary
sublime — sublimely, adv. sublimeness, n. sublimer, n. /seuh bluym /, adj., n., v., sublimed, subliming. adj. 1. elevated or lofty in thought, language, etc.: Paradise Lost is sublime poetry. 2. impressing the mind with a sense of grandeur or power;… … Universalium
sublime — [[t]səbla͟ɪm[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n (approval) If you describe something as sublime, you mean that it has a wonderful quality that affects you deeply. [LITERARY] Sublime music floats on a scented summer breeze to the spot where you lie … English dictionary