The quixotism which they sneer at often contains a kernel of much nobility and sweetness.
quixotism, or Utopianism; that is another of the devil's pet words.
If, as Pacheco reports, Luis de Leon was the most taciturn of men, he was chivalrous to the point of quixotism.
What foolish infatuation had ever suggested to me the quixotism of these wanderings?
He obeyed and expounded Sypher's quixotism in his roundabout fashion.
It was a madness—a quixotism—the wild, unconsidered act of a fool.
His name was Graves, and he regarded what he called the judge's "quixotism" with condescending good-nature.
But there was no piece of quixotism they did not think Michael capable of.
Ronald interrupted him: "Then my mother was right, and I did not give you bad advice in spite of my quixotism?"
For in that character there has dawned a sort of quixotism which never used to be there.