Spell check of sublimity

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Correct spelling: sublimity


Common misspellings:

sublement, sublty, s7blimity, useabliltiy, sublijity, subliment, posiblility, subbmit, sublinity, sublumity, sublimental, subl8mity, usablility, suvlimity, zublimity, sublimuty, subl9mity, sublimily, sunlimity, suglimity, subkimity, eublimity, xublimity, sublimital, aublimity, sublomity, solublility, solomity, sublementt, subljmity, shblimity, suhlimity, sublikity, sjblimity, usablilty, disablility, sublimjty, suboimity, syblimity, subnmit, sublkmity, siblimity, wublimity, sublimial, submity, dublimity, subimt, subbmitt, subpimity, s8blimity.

Examples of usage:

  1. He read a dozen or so, which I thought mediocre, and a mediocre sonnet is necessarily a bad sonnet, as this form of poetry demands sublimity; and thus amongst the myriads of sonnets to which Italy gives birth very few can be called good.  The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. Our author has endeavoured to justify his choice of blank verse, by shewing it less subject to restraints, and capable of greater sublimity than rhime.  The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753),Vol. V. by Theophilus Cibber
  3. It is indifferent to brute sublimity.  Views and Reviews by Henry James
  4. As for the central figure, Don Quixote himself, in his dignity and generosity, his unselfish ideals, and his fearless devotion to them, he is always heroic and beautiful; and I was glad to find in my latest look at his history that I had truly conceived of him at first, and had felt the sublimity of his nature.  Literature and Life by William Dean Howells
  5. The music became insupportable in its sublimity.  The Pretty Lady by Arnold E. Bennett