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Multiple Meanings
sublime — as in:  she is sublime

I love good movies, from the silly to the sublime.
wonderful — often beautiful or morally admirable
sublime — as in:  sublime ignorance

With a sublime ignorance of human nature, she set out to save the world.
pure or extreme

More rarely, in chemistry or physics, sublime is used to indicate that something changes from a solid into a vapor without first melting; or vaporizes and then condenses right back again. That sense of the word is also often seen in the form sublimate.
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