Definition of Sublimating

1. Verb. (present participle of sublimate) ¹



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Definition of Sublimating

1. sublimate [v] - See also: sublimate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sublimating

sublicenses
sublicensing
sublicensor
sublicensors
sublieutenant
sublieutenants
subligation
sublight
sublimability
sublimable
sublimableness
sublimatable
sublimated
sublimates
sublimating (current term)
sublimation
sublimation energy
sublimations
sublimatories
sublimatory
sublime
sublimed
sublimely
sublimeness
sublimenesses
sublimer
sublimers
sublimes
sublimest

Literary usage of Sublimating

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1. Papers on Psycho-analysis by Ernest Jones (1913)
"CHAPTER XX THE VALUE OF sublimating PROCESSES FOR EDUCATION AND RE-EDUCATION1 IN a previous paper2 on the relation of psycho-analytic work to the problems ..."

2. Psycho-analysis; a Brief Account of the Freudian Theory by Barbara Low (1920)
"Only in so far as the sublimating-impulses prevail are these difficulties overcome ; so it is in the psychic sphere. The primitive impulses have become ..."

3. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"In ehem., the act or process of sublimating; a process by which solid substances are, by the aid of heat, converted into vapor, which is again condensed ..."

4. The Mosquitoes of North and Central America and the West Indies by Leland Ossian Howard, Harrison Gray Dyar, Frederick Knab (1912)
"Doctor Guiteras carried out a series of five experiments in a room 12 feet high by 15 feet by 13£ feet, having a capacity of 2385 cubic feet, sublimating ..."

5. Psycho-analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory by Barbara Low (1920)
"It will be obvious that if Freud's theory of the conflict between the primitive and the sublimating impulses holds good, with its accompanying ..."

6. Psycho-analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory by Barbara Low (1920)
"It will be obvious that if Freud's theory of the conflict between the primitive and the sublimating impulses holds good, with its accompanying ..."

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