Definition of Tidinesses
1. tidiness [n] - See also: tidiness
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tidinesses
Literary usage of Tidinesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on the Statute of Frauds: As it Regards Declarations in Trust by William Roberts (1807)
"The requisites in the statute were, that three tidinesses should attest his signing, but it did not direct that the three witnesses should be all ..."
2. Dynevor Terrace: Or, The Clue of Life by Charlotte Mary Yonge (1857)
"... of the grandmother, but she had no comprehension of petty tidinesses or small economies. Now James, brought up on a very different scale, knew in detail ..."
3. On Trek in the Transvaal: Or, Over Berg and Veldt in South Africa by Harriet A. Roche (1878)
"... a hammer and nails with which to make their own little extra tidinesses after everything is supposed to be duly arranged by the wagon outfitter; ..."
4. Annual Report of the Indiana State Board of Agriculture by Indiana State Board of Agriculture (1895)
"... less precious than have workmen waiting for meals. The children come in their place. Farm mothers think we are off alone, and the little tidinesses and ..."