Definition Of sublimer

adjective

of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe.

In each religion we discover the interweaving of the sublime and the ridiculous, the liberatory and the oppressive, the radical and the conventional.

Example Of sublimer

  • And a figure like Joseph Chamberlain had sublime confidence, as had Disraeli before him, that the people could be ‘managed’.

  • 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.

  • Her demeanor was sublime to behold in the torchlight that glowed upon her.


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