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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sublimate.
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- adj. Refined by, or as by, sublimation; exalted; purified.
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- adj. passing or having passed from the solid to the gaseous state (or vice versa) without becoming liquid
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We know that the sex energy can be sublimated, that is, raised to a higher power.
London would seem to have "sublimated" his love for poetry as opposed to abandoning it.
A great deal of sexual energy can, of course, be canalized or "sublimated" into other things: art, music, intense religious faith, and so on.
Beatrice symbolized both earthly love and Christian truth -- the poet's lust became "sublimated," as we would say, into spiritual longing.
Information may be inaccessible for a variety of reasons such as simple failure to retrieve, active censorship or "sublimated" into a form which can't be recognised to borrow Freud's terminology
American, sitting there, realizing that it was all in the name of art, and for the heralding of genius -- a kind of sublimated recruiting meeting for the enlistment in the army of expression of personality, or for the saving of the soul of poetry.
Though Hutton inclined to an extremely "high" section of the Church, to what, indeed, might be described as a kind of sublimated sacerdotalism, and Townsend to a Broad Church
A kind of sublimated egotism, he said to himself, after all!
I have met with, and treated, as my book shows, fifty-seven cases of this kind of vision, which I term indifferently "sublimated,"
Forever 21 likes to call this technique "sublimated".