Definition of sublimated:
- converted (part of speech: verb)
- vaporized (part of speech: verb)
For the subtle sympathy that existed between us- sprung of our trust in one another and sublimated in the heat of our mutual affection had sharpened our perceptions until intellectual inter- communication became possible to us.- "The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier", Edgar Beecher Bronson.
He delighted in a work of art, both for what it was in itself and for what it could lend him; he would fain go along with it, thanks to it, as though sustained by an adjuvant, as though borne in a vehicle, into a sphere where his sublimated sensations would wake in him an unaccustomed stir, the cause of which he would long and vainly seek to determine.- "Figures of Several Centuries", Arthur Symons.
- "The Monikins", J. Fenimore Cooper.