Definition of Gauziness

1. n. The quality of being gauzy; flimsiness.



Definition of Gauziness

1. Noun. The quality of being gauzy ¹

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Definition of Gauziness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gauziness

gausses
gaussian
gaussian curve
gaussian distribution
gaussianities
gaussmeter
gaussoids
gauze
gauze bandage
gauze mat
gauzelike
gauzes
gauzier
gauziest
gauzily
gauziness
gauzinesses
gauzing
gauzy
gavage
gavaged
gavages
gavaging
gave
gave a bad name
gave away
gave birth
gave forth
gave head
gave in

Literary usage of Gauziness

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1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"In drawing any stuffs, bindings of books or other finely textured substances, do not trouble yourself, as yet, much about the woolliness or gauziness of the ..."

2. The Elements of Drawing: In Three Letters to Beginners by John Ruskin (1876)
"... or other finely textured substances, do not trouble yourself, as yet, much about the woolliness or gauziness of the thing ; but get it right in shade ..."

3. Complete Works by Robert Browning, Charlotte Porter, Helen Archibald Clarke (1898)
"Let gauziness shade, not shroud, — adjust, Dim and not deaden, — somehow sheathe 10 Aught sharp in the rough world's busy thrust, If it reach me through ..."

4. The Masters of Ukioye: A Complete Historical Description of Japanese by Ernest Francisco Fenollosa, William H. Ketcham (1896)
"Here is the perfect type of the year's head, showing the gauziness of the expanded hair, through which its back members may be seen. ..."

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