Definition of Bareness

1. Noun. A bleak and desolate atmosphere. "The nakedness of the landscape"

Exact synonyms: Bleakness, Desolation, Nakedness
Generic synonyms: Gloom, Gloominess, Glumness
Derivative terms: Bleak, Bleak, Bleak, Desolate



2. Noun. The state of being unclothed and exposed (especially of a part of the body).
Generic synonyms: Nakedness, Nudeness, Nudity
Derivative terms: Bare

3. Noun. An extreme lack of furnishings or ornamentation. "I was struck by the starkness of my father's room"
Exact synonyms: Starkness
Generic synonyms: Plainness
Derivative terms: Bare, Bare, Bare, Bare, Bare, Stark, Stark

Definition of Bareness

1. n. The state of being bare.

Definition of Bareness

1. Noun. The state of being bare. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bareness

1. the state of being bare [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bareness

bareges
baregine
baregines
barehand
barehanded
barehandedly
barehanding
barehands
barehead
bareheaded
barelegged
barely
barely there
baren
barenecked
bareness (current term)
barenesses
barens
barentsite
barer
bares
baresark
baresarks
barest
baresthesia
baresthesiometer
barf
barfalicious
barfed
barfi

Literary usage of Bareness

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1. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1911)
"Parallel things was running counter to Puritan Movements, bareness. The force and reality of imagination in the shaping of life's interests were recognized ..."

2. Russia in Asia: A Record and a Study, 1558-1899 by Alexis Sidney Krausse (1899)
"... and Religions—European Influence in Asia—bareness of Asiatic Territory—Neighbouring States—Spheres of Influence outside True Boundaries. ..."

3. Catalogue of Books by Perth (W.A.). Public Library (1905)
"... method of education, gifts, and occupation., with introd. and conclusion by bareness B. v. ... bareness ..."

4. A Little Tour in France by Henry James (1884)
"It is true that this bareness results in a kind of silvery whiteness of complexion, which carries out the tone of the quiet pools and even that of the ..."

5. Essays on the Picturesque, as Compared with the Sublime and the Beautiful by Uvedale Price (1810)
"... This bareness is still more out of character in the foreground of an ancient castle, or abbey; yet such a foreground is immediately made, ..."

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