sublime

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vaporize and then condense right back again

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

inspiring awe

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worthy of adoration or reverence

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lifted up or set high

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Graft on to that winner's mentality, the sublimest skills and you end up with what he was: one of the most effectiive footballers the world ever witnessed.
The continual conversations the knight and squire carry on with one another is the novel's sublimest comedy.
Working with Audrey, the sublimest jewel in Hollywood's tiara," Zimbalist writes, "was like floating inside the Mona Lisa, behind the smile.
One of the sublimest things in language, the professional farewell of Othello, came rather coldly from him .
Would one have supposed that Eduard Hanslick, later a staunch advocate of so-called absolute music, would praise Berlioz's scores in 1846 in Prague and call him "the sublimest manifestation in the realm of musical poetry since Beethoven" (quoted, p.
Full marks for energy and invention, even though some might have objected to Mozart's sublimest comedy of manners being treated quite so much as knockabout farce.
Almost from kick-off he snaked his way down the right wing before picking out Stavrum with the sublimest of passes.
Babbage wrote in 1832, "the arrangements which ought to regulate the interior economy of a manufactory, are founded on principles of deeper root than may have been supposed, and are capable of being usefully employed in preparing the road to some of the sublimest investigations of the human mind.
In the past, relying more on imagination than scientific knowledge, we wrote ourselves the grandest, sublimest scenarios our heads and hearts dared yearn for.
Lee said that "duty is the sublimest word in the English language," he meant that doing your duty encompasses all the values that define our profession of arms.