out of this world love

out of this world


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  • adj. exceptionally high quality; wonderful; marvelous


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  • The best way for Chainer to teach that lesson and gain the kind of control he needed was to take the gargadon out of this world and transplant it into his own.

    Chainer's Torment

  • Notwithstanding it treateth of the birth, life, and acts of the said King Arthur, of his noble knights of the Round Table, their marvellous enquests and adventures, the achieving of the Sangreal, and in the end the dolorous death and departing out of this world of them all.

    Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table, Volume 2

  • A kind of purgatory it is in devotion, -- somewhat out of this world and not in another, above the earth and beneath heaven, where we may leave it in clouds and darkness.


  • "Thank God!" said the poorly-dressed woman, bitterly; "one more out of this world of misery."

    Beautiful Joe: An Autobiography

  • Has it ever happened before -- or since -- that a celebrated person who had spent exactly half of a fairly long life in the village where he was born and reared, was able to slip out of this world and leave that village voiceless and gossipless behind him -- utterly voiceless, utterly gossipless?

    Is Shakespeare Dead?

  • Bert Hayward, rigger, chain-smoking, said, "This must really be something out of this world with all the hush-hush.

    The HurricaneStory


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