#WordOfTheDay – In case you did not know what sublime means


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Our #WordOfTheDay is “Sublime

It can be pronounced this way: [suh-blahym].

This word has several meanings but we would focus on the meaning of the word when it is being used as an adjective.

As an adjective it means very beautiful or good: causing strong feelings of admiration or wonder. It could also mean complete or extreme.

The origin of the word is from the Latin word sublimis, meaning high, elevated.

The synonyms for the word are ‘magnificent’ ‘astounding’ ‘amazing’ wonderful’ ‘fabulous’ ‘miraculous’


The story of the birth of Jesus is so sublime.

Paradise Lost by John Milton is sublime poetry.

The actress’ attitude towards the crew is so sublime.








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