Sublimely [adverb]

Definition of Sublimely:

in an attractive or pleasing manner

Opposite/Antonyms of Sublimely:


Sentence/Example of Sublimely:

I cared for nothing but that sublimely aesthetic impression.

“No one would see us here,” said she, sublimely irrelevant, as usual.

And Lorraine's education began, too—but she was sublimely unconscious of that fact.

And heroic, sublimely heroic, may be the Christianity of the battlefield.

And all the while America is sublimely unconscious that the joys of childhood are not hers.

We agree that we have seen nothing in our lives so sublimely beautiful.

They were sublimely guileless, divinely charitable and inflexibly austere.

How valiently they fought, how serenely and sublimely they died.

Lady Hainault was calmly inexorable, Adelaide sublimely indifferent.

Theology they were, from anything that appears, sublimely ignorant of.