Definition of Othernesses

1. Noun. (plural of otherness) ¹



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Definition of Othernesses

1. otherness [n] - See also: otherness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Othernesses

other than
other times
other woman
othered
othergates
otherguess
othering
otherings
otherish
otherkin
otherly
othermother
othermothers
otherness
othernesses
others
othersome
othertimes
otherways
otherwhere
otherwhile
otherwhiles
otherwise
otherwize
otherworld
otherworldish
otherworldliness
otherworldly
otherworlds

Literary usage of Othernesses

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1. Nation and Modernity: Reykjavík Lectures by Jóhann Páll Árnason (1996)
"It was inspired by the title of a book called Othernesses of Japan; and although ... Othernesses of Japan, Miinchen 1992. 2 Cf. U. Beck, Die Erfindung des ..."

2. A Survey of London by John Stow (1908)
"... by Powles wharfe, and by Bosse of S. Giles Church without Cripplegate made about the yeare othernesses!! 1423. ..."

3. Thought and Things: A Study of the Development and Meaning of Thought, Or by James Mark Baldwin (1908)
"This does not suffice to render privation as such, since there is always the infinite range of " othernesses " meant in the privation, which are not yet ..."

4. Agnosticism & Theism in the Nineteenth Century by Richard Acland Armstrong (1905)
"... or a piece of flesh as so much oxygen and hydrogen and nitrogen and carbon. Evolution starts from sameness and works out into innumerable othernesses. ..."

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