Definition Of sublime
(of a solid substance) change directly into vapor when heated, typically forming a solid deposit again on cooling.
A layer of volcanic ash and dust seems to have protected the ice from subliming away, the researcher said.
elevate to a high degree of moral or spiritual purity or excellence.
of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe.
Mozart's sublime piano concertos
Example Of sublime
And a figure like Joseph Chamberlain had sublime confidence, as had Disraeli before him, that the people could be ‘managed’.
experiences that ranged from the sublime to the ridiculous
Fittingly, then, panic for theoreticians is not strictly a sublime emotion.
From the sublime to the ridiculous and truly perplexing I thought I'd share them with you.
He dropped one scoring pass and shortly after the full-back went from the sublime to the ridiculous in a matter of minutes.