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sublīmis e, adj. with comp.

2 LAC-, uplifted, high, lofty, exalted, elevated : vertex, V.: montis cacumen, O.: portae, V.: Os, uplifted (opp. pronus), O.: dum sublimis versūs ructatur, gazing upwards , H.: flagellum, uplifted , H.: currus, L.: quanto sublimior Atlas sit montibus, etc., Iu.Plur n . as subst: Antiquique memor metuit sublimia casūs, lofty flights , O.Borne aloft, uplifted, elevated, raised : Syrum Sublimen medium adripere, T. (al. sublimem): campi armis sublimibus ardent, raised high , V.: Sublimes in equis redeunt, V.: (Venus) Paphum sublimis abit, through the sky , V.: sublimis abit, L.On high, lofty, in a high position : iuvenem sublimem stramine ponunt, V.: Tyrio iaceat sublimis in ostro, O.— Fig., lofty, exalted, eminent, distinguished : Mens, O.: Sublimis, cupidusque et amata relinquere pernix, aspiring , H.: tuis natalibus Inveniet quisquam sublimius? Iu.—Of style, lofty, elevated, sublime : carmina, Iu.; cf. natura, H.

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