Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
LL. sublimatio,: cf. F. sublimation,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. sublimāre, -ātum, to lift up.
The sublimity of the sentiment consists in its being the secret possession of the Father.
"The Prose Works of William Wordsworth" by William Wordsworth
Correggio, on the other hand, is sublime at Parma; he is wonderful!
"The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
The whole was a sublime and beautiful sight.
"Life and Labors of Elder John Kline, the Martyr Missionary" by John Kline
And what more sublime delight, than to mingle tears with one whom the hand of Heaven hath smitten!
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
The more pervading effect of beauty gives place to what may almost be called explosions of sublimity or pathos.
"Shakespearean Tragedy" by A. C. Bradley
Here you will see displayed the same sublime principle, tho in a modified degree.
"Lectures on Language" by William S. Balch
Even the eloquence of Tacitus, however nervous and sublime, was not unaffected.
"Dialogues of the Dead" by Lord Lyttelton
He seemed to prefer history as sublimated in the poet's song.
"The Vision of Sir Launfal" by James Russell Lowell
Medea is often sublime, and always touching.
"On the Sublime" by Longinus
The lines in which he addresses that Pallis Court, at the end of Jacob Omnium's Hoss, are almost sublime.
"Thackeray" by Anthony Trollope
There's nothing here, in form or theme,
Of thought sublime or art supreme:
We would not have the critic weigh
Our college rhymes.
"A Rondeau of College Rhymes" by Henry Van Dyke
'Still thou speakest with thy children
Freely as in eld sublime;
Humbleness, and love, and patience,
Still give empire over time.
"A Parable" by James Russell Lowell
Into Life's sublime arena,
Opening through the world's broad mart,
Bear thy Mother's gentle spirit,
And her kind and loving heart.
"Lines To D. G. T., Of Sherwood" by Mary Gardiner Horsford
In thy retreats where prayer and praise,
Life's fleeting hours divide;
Sublimely rais'd above the world,
Her anxious cares subside.
"Address To Solitude" by Elizabeth Bath
Where'er I turn, where'er I go,
Spirit sublime! Thy light, Thy love,
Are there: in ocean-caves below,
On yonder farthest orb above.
"Summer: Monday Morning" by John Bowring
The azure blue, the heavenly hue,
The first created realm of blue;
And over its radiance divine
My soul does pour its love sublime.
"Sky-Blue" by Nikoloz Baratashvili
Sublime w/Rome, Soundswell, The Pimps of Joytime, and John Brown 's Body.
Rice-Iranian House of Kabob 's sublime Persian rice used to be just a Lake Forest treat, but now it's in Irvine, too.
But Weekly arts editor Rebecca Wallace still found Tuesday night's Music@Menlo concert simply sublime.
Forward, it's enticing -- but in reverse, it's sublime.
But with good ingredients and a few simple techniques, quesadillas can actually be quite sublime.
Havas, whose sublime debut CD "Is Your Love Big Enough".
As beautiful as it is sublime.
The Sublime Cats of Cartier .
Sandwiched between the two sublime concertos is the three-movement Modificata.
Jenny Hart is familiar to anyone in the alt craft scene as the powerhouse behind Sublime Stitching.
At the Meadowbrook US Cellular Pavilion Sublime with Rome.
The Hawk has your chance to see Sublime with Rome at the Meadowbrook US Cellular Pavilion on August 23rd.
Former band members Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh reunite with singer Rome Ramirez in a new group, fittingly enough called Sublime with Rome.
Sublime to ridiculous--yup, that's face2face.
Sublime with Rome will headline Wednesday, May 7, at Saltair.
If the activity is driven by sublimation, MBCs represent an unexpected and persistent reservoir of water in the inner solar system.
Faint moving object detection, and the Low Signal-to-Noise recovery of Main Belt comet P/2008 R1 Garradd
Fullerene molecules were brought into the gas phase by sublimating the powder form in an oven at a temperature of approximately 900K.
Quantum interference of molecules -- probing the wave nature of matter
First, the interior of a frozen membrane is exposed by fracturing; then, the ice that covers one of the adjacent membrane surfaces is sublimed away: this process is called deep-etching.
If the grain temperature is less than the sublimation temperature of the H2O ice (Tsub,H2O ≃ 110 − 120 K), the H2O ice is able to ﬁll all or part of the vaccum in the grain.
On the HR 4796A circumstellar disk
The break in the grain temperature is due to H2O ice sublimation (see also Figure 5).
On the HR 4796A circumstellar disk