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Earthquakes of such vast power, too, are sublime, and speak to deadly forces beyond our power to conquer, or even fully grasp.
If Abstract Expression reached for the sublime, Pop turned ordinary imagery into icons.
“It seems like volunteers for ISIS are surfing for the sublime,” Atran wrote to me on Sunday.
The shots alternate like this across the whole 14-minute piece, ping-ponging us from the raucous to the sublime and back.
Could anything be nobler than to die for a grand, a sublime Cause?
But though that sublime petition may be the end of thought, it is not the end of faith.
To-day the orator has become a sublime reasoner, the shepherd of ideas.
Easily they could be swept down by the rapid current into the sublime unexplored solitudes below.
Pindar was the boldest, the most fervid and the most sublime.
1580s, "expressing lofty ideas in an elevated manner," from Middle French sublime, from Latin sublimis "uplifted, high, lofty," possibly originally "sloping up to the lintel," from sub "up to" + limen "lintel."
The sublime (n.) "the sublime part of anything" is from 1670s. Sublime Porte, former title of the Ottoman government, is from French la Sublime Porte, literally "the high gate," a loan-translation of Arabic Bab 'Ali, title of the Ottoman court at Constantinople (cf. mikado).