1. It cannot abstractly reason out anything. 🔊 2. But the bad conscience, real as it is, may be too abstractly interpreted. 🔊 3. To the Lingayets, the member typifies abstractly the idea of life. 🔊
How to use Abstractly in Sentences?
1. But the thing is an abstractlyexternal thing, and the I in it is abstractlyexternal. 🔊 2. In what a religion shares of the abstractly true it is beneficent; in what it partakes of the untrue it is deleterious. 🔊 3. But what we thus immediately experience or concretely divine is very limited in duration, whereas abstractly we are able to conceive eternities. 🔊 4. For taken abstractly and without qualification the words 'distinct' and 'independent' suggest only disconnection. 🔊 5. The number of its inhabitants, and any mathematical operation made with that number, is true, but only very abstractly true of a nation. 🔊 6. It may not improve what we abstractly term the "race," but it immensely improves the individuals of which the race is made up. 🔊 7. Life is a game throughout; its vital character, its very integrity is its experimental character; it is not a settled, abstractly perfect thing. 🔊 8. Its conclusions, therefore, though true so far as they go, and they may be abstractly true of everything, are completely true of nothing. 🔊 9. Some things which are ideally and abstractly true, can only be fully realized in the future, and it is not well to prematurely use them before the conditions are fully ripened. 🔊 10. In addition to this claim by the south of State sovereignty as abstractly right, his conscience told him that some of her practical demands were just. 🔊