- sublime + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Another exercise in sublimely spooky, Gothy electro from the recent Matador signees.”
“She hints at what she wants, and Lohengrin gives her, to a very pretty tune, an answer that can merely be called sublimely fatuous.”
“To enrich, and be thereby the richer; for Roger's actions of finance were so simple, as to run the risk of being called sublimely indistinct: he took it as an axiom that "money bred money," but in what way to draw forth its generative properties, whether or not by some new-fangled manure, he was entirely ignorant; and it clearly was his wisdom to leave all that mystery of money-making solely to the banker.”
“a creature that could be truthfully called sublimely beautiful, thought”
“But," say I, "what sublime intelligence conceived the plan of those machines, and what kind of sublimely skilful craftsman was able to fashion them?”
“Proulx writes "sublimely" about man's relationship to landscape, said Sam Leith in the”
“What sublime intelligence conceived the plan of that bit of protoplasm -- and what kind of sublimely skilful craftsman was able to fashion it? ”
“Not to get all metaphysical, but something about suspending who they are in normal time and space seems to translate into sublimely stupid decision making.”
“Clinching the failing grade is El Paso, Texas, a city that all of the sudden seems sublimely peaceful.”
“Gillian says she has been as blessed in her private life as in her professional one; she has been married, sublimely happily, she says, for 31 years to the actor Peter Land.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘sublimely’.
A continuation of my previous list, Adverbia.
this is just to say.
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