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sublime
used in Frankenstein

7 uses
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Definition
wonderful — often beautiful or morally admirable
  • These sublime and magnificent scenes afforded me the greatest consolation that I was capable of receiving.
    Chapter 10 (6% in)
sublime = wonderful
  • She busied herself with following the aerial creations of the poets; and in the majestic and wondrous scenes which surrounded our Swiss home —the sublime shapes of the mountains, the changes of the seasons, tempest and calm, the silence of winter, and the life and turbulence of our Alpine summers—she found ample scope for admiration and delight.
    Chapter 2 (5% in)
  • sublime = wonderful
  • But it was augmented and rendered sublime by the mighty Alps, whose white and shining pyramids and domes towered above all, as belonging to another earth, the habitations of another race of beings.
    Chapter 9 (83% in)
  • sublime = wonderful
  • This valley is more wonderful and sublime, but not so beautiful and picturesque as that of Servox, through which I had just passed.
    Chapter 9 (87% in)
  • sublime = beautiful
  • It had then filled me with a sublime ecstasy that gave wings to the soul and allowed it to soar from the obscure world to light and joy.
    Chapter 10 (16% in)
  • sublime = wonderful
  • During my youthful days discontent never visited my mind, and if I was ever overcome by ennui, the sight of what is beautiful in nature or the study of what is excellent and sublime in the productions of man could always interest my heart and communicate elasticity to my spirits.
    Chapter 19 (36% in)
  • sublime = wonderful
  • When I run over the frightful catalogue of my sins, I cannot believe that I am the same creature whose thoughts were once filled with sublime and transcendent visions of the beauty and the majesty of goodness.
    Chapter 24 (90% in)
sublime = wonderful
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