Absolute in a sentence

Definition of Absolute

Free of restrictions, limitations, qualifications or conditions; unconditional. [first attested in the late 1400s] | Free from imperfection, perfect, complete; especially, perfectly embodying a quality in its essential characteristics or to its highest degree. [first attested around 1400] | Pure, free from mixture or adulteration; unmixed. [first attested in the mid 1500s]

Short Example Sentence for Absolute

  • 1. And absolute is custom!
  • 2. His absolute certainty daunted her.
  • 3. He has an absolute liberty of choice.
  • 4. He took them all in with absolute freedom and delight.
  • 5. His officers give him the most absolute trust and loyalty.
  • 6. His first feeling was one of absolute relief.
  • 7. That meant one thing, with absolute certainty.
  • 8. An Absolute Key to Occult Science.
  • 9. It is a faith which to them appears to amount to absolute knowledge.
  • 10. You've driven me to absolute perdition.
  • 11. I could not but feel shocked at this absolute extinction of my kindred.
  • 12. The sun took absolute and merciless possession of the street.
  • 13. No one seemed to me to have a more absolute sway in the world of fashion.
  • 14. A second and stronger attempt from the same quarter met with absolute defeat.
  • 15. The old gentleman rose to his feet, his face alight with absolute joy.
  • 16. I think in your heart you rather despise my absolute fidelity to Richard.
  • 17. This shows an absolute dependence of the soul upon the agency of God.
  • 18. The commonweal is one man's absolute estate and responsibility no more.

How to use Absolute in a Sentence?

  • 1. He was sitting there in absolute immobility, which was really fakir-like and impressive.
  • 2. Yet this dependence, absolute as it is, does not impair the free-agency of man.
  • 3. No absolute rule would apply to all positions, which makes this game more fascinating.
  • 4. I had never observed such a time of quiet there; no absolute and general period of repose.
  • 5. To avoid them implies absolute perfectability in every attribute, and that makes him a god.
  • 6. Hence, if the argument proves anything, it proves the absolute fatality of all human volitions.
  • 7. They were absolute tape-worms to my little theatre; the more it took in, the poorer it grew.
  • 8. There is no tyrant so absolute and capricious as a London star at a country theatre.
  • 9. To hold the same from Michaelmas next for fifty years absolute in the yearly rent of 30s.
  • 10. And motion is not being, but partakes of being, and therefore is and is not in the most absolute sense.
  • 11. If her unexpected fortune could not give her the delicious joy of absolute companionship and intimacy with her child it was useless indeed!
  • 12. This extraordinary circumstance is only to be accounted for by an entire lack of presence of mind in the confusion, or by absolute treachery.
  • 13. And if absolute motion in any point of view partook of rest, there would be no absurdity in calling motion stationary.
  • 14. On the ground of reason, he believes in an absolute predestination of all things; and yet he concludes from experience that man is free.
  • 15. It clearly seems, that if it proves anything in favour of necessity, it proves everything for which the most absolute necessitarian can contend.
  • 16. The greatest advantage of this form of construction, however, is in the absolute freedom from cross-talk between two adjacent drops.
  • 17. Her teeth were clenched; her eyes fixed on the ground; her form without motion, and in a state of absolute insensibility.
  • 18. The conceptions of the infinite and absolute as ordinarily understood are tiresome because they are unmeaning, but there is no peculiar sanctity or mystery in them.
  • 19. He has from the first to assume he has an Aim, a definite Aim, and to pretend to an absolute consistency with that.
  • 20. There must be something startlingly perfect in that which returns upon the soul with a more absolute impression after its abstraction of our faculties has passed away.
  • 21. But all further information was most rigorously withheld till he had consented to bind himself by a most solemn oath to absolute faith and blind obedience to his instructor.
  • 22. At the very time this constitution was established, its Divine Author foresaw with perfect absolute certainty what would be the issue.