Definition of Barenesses
1. bareness [n] - See also: bareness
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Literary usage of Barenesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Ireland by Geoffrey Keating (1902)
"... one continuous wood, according to this old saying, which is in the ancient record : " Three times Eire put three coverings and three barenesses off her. ..."
2. Haydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages by Joseph Haydn, Benjamin Vincent (1889)
"... see Defenders, PEERESSES of the United Kingdom (in their own right) : six in 1885, Countess of Cro- martie (duchess of Sutherland). Barenesses ..."
3. Adventures in Home-making by Robert Shackleton, Elizabeth Shackleton (1910)
"We found that winter or late fall is the best time to examine property, for, with the leaves stripped from the trees, all barenesses and disadvantages of ..."
4. Memoirs of C. M. Talleyrand de Périgord ...: Containing the Particulars of by Stewarton (1805)
"I lost in gambling at the barenesses, is the invention of some envious or malicious rival or enemy. I paid this debt the next day with as- ..."
5. British Farmer's Magazine (1851)
"To the right and left of point A are two barenesses (scarcities) of hair growing up, marked i, which sink into the thighs at the points i i. ..."