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Meaning & Definition of Sublime in English

English

Sublime

/səblaɪm/

verb

1. Vaporize and then condense right back again

    synonym:
  • sublime
  • ,
  • sublimate

2. Change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting

  • "Sublime iodine"
  • "Some salts sublime when heated"
    synonym:
  • sublime
  • ,
  • sublimate

adjective

1. Inspiring awe

  • "Well-meaning ineptitude that rises to empyreal absurdity"- m.s.dworkin
  • "Empyrean aplomb"- hamilton basso
  • "The sublime beauty of the night"
    synonym:
  • empyreal
  • ,
  • empyrean
  • ,
  • sublime

2. Worthy of adoration or reverence

    synonym:
  • reverend
  • ,
  • sublime

3. Lifted up or set high

  • "Their hearts were jocund and sublime"- milton
    synonym:
  • sublime

4. Of high moral or intellectual value

  • Elevated in nature or style
  • "An exalted ideal"
  • "Argue in terms of high-flown ideals"- oliver franks
  • "A noble and lofty concept"
  • "A grand purpose"
    synonym:
  • exalted
  • ,
  • elevated
  • ,
  • sublime
  • ,
  • grand
  • ,
  • high-flown
  • ,
  • high-minded
  • ,
  • lofty
  • ,
  • rarefied
  • ,
  • rarified
  • ,
  • idealistic
  • ,
  • noble-minded

Examples of using

I only believe in Love — ubiquitous manifestation of Divinity; supreme law governing the atoms and galaxies; sublime mystery that generates and maintains the eternal miracle of life.