Definition of Bignesses

1. Noun. (plural of bigness) ¹



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Definition of Bignesses

1. bigness [n] - See also: bigness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bignesses

bights
bightsome
bigitalin
biglandular
bigleaf
bigleaf magnolia
bigleague
bigly
biglycan
bigmouth
bigmouthed
bigmouths
bignay
bignays
bigness
bignesses
bignonia
bignoniaceous
bignoniad
bignonias
bignose
bignum
bignums
bigoli
bigon
bigons
bigorexia
bigorexic
bigorexics
bigos

Literary usage of Bignesses

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1. Theories of Color-perception by Swan Moses Burnett (1884)
"Do not several sorts of rays make vibrations of several bignesses, which, according to their bignesses, excite sensations of several colours, much after the ..."

2. Miscellaneous Works of the Late Thomas Young by Thomas Young (1855)
"... depths or bignesses, which, being promiscuously propagated through that medium to our eyes, effect in us a sensation of light of a white colour ; but if ..."

3. Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton by David Brewster (1855)
"... and motions, do excite vibrations in the aether of various depths or bignesses, which being promiscuously propagated through that medium to our eyes, ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1894)
"I suppose that as bodies excite sounds of various tones, and consequently vibrations in the air of various bignesses, so when the rays of light by impinging ..."

5. History of Moral Science by Robert Blakey (1836)
"Do not several sorts of rays make vibrations of several bignesses, which, according to their bignesses, excite sensations of several colours, much after the ..."

6. The Wave Theory of Light: Memoirs of Huygens, Young and Fresnel by Christiaan Huygens, Thomas Young, Augustin Jean Fresnel, Fran├žois Arago (1900)
"... but if by any means those of unequal bignesses be separated from one another, the largest beget a sensation of a red color; the least, or shortest, ..."

7. History of the Philosophy of Mind: Embracing the Opinions of All Writers on by Robert Blakey (1850)
"Do not several sorts of rays make vibrations of several bignesses, which, according to their bignesses, excite sensations of several colours, much after the ..."

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