Definition of Idlenesses

1. idleness [n] - See also: idleness



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Idlenesses

idjut
idjuts
idle
idle hands are the devil's playthings
idle hands are the devil's tools
idle hands are the devil's workshop
idle pulley
idle talk
idle wheel
idle words
idled
idlehead
idlehood
idlehoods
idleness
idlenesses
idler
idler pulley
idlers
idles
idlesse
idlesses
idlest
idleth
idli
idlike
idling
idlingly
idlings
idlis

Literary usage of Idlenesses

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1. The Art of Pluck: Being a Treatise After the Fashion of Aristotle Writ for by Edward Caswall (1864)
"THERE be many other Idlenesses of the like so: those mentioned: such are boxing, the kick of rows in Quad, the sleeping all day in a: chair, ..."

2. Paradise Lost by John Milton, Egerton Brydges (1851)
"... at some happy moment they may bo benefited ' the genial beams. Here are none of the frivolous idlenesses ; the wanton sport s of imagination ; the false ..."

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