Definition of Carefulnesses
1. carefulness [n] - See also: carefulness
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Literary usage of Carefulnesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by Oxford Historical Society (1888)
"... for confession) that thou art involved over head and ears for benefits, and tendernesses and carefulnesses, without a possibility of discharging them. ..."
2. The Insurrection in Dublin by James Stephens (1917)
"But, alas, these carefulnesses did not chime with his emotional moment. They were not magnificent enough for one who felt that he was talking not to Ireland ..."
3. John Redmond's Last Years by Stephen Lucius Gwynn (1919)
"But, alas ! these carefulnesses did not chime with his emotional moment. They were not magnificent enough for one who felt that he was talking not to ..."
4. Field Works, Their Technical Construction and Tactical Application by Charles Booth Brackenbury (1888)
"It is the more necessary to insist on this because, curiously enough, the English army has always had a reputation for neglecting those small carefulnesses ..."