Definition of Betweenness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being between. ¹



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Definition of Betweenness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Betweenness

between a rock and a hard place
between decks
between jobs
between the ears
between the hammer and the anvil
between the jigs and the reels
between the pipes
between you, me, and the bedpost
between you and me
betweenane
betweenanes
betweenbrain
betweenbrains
betweene
betweenhood
betweenness (current term)
betweennesses
betweens
betweentimes
betweenwhiles
betwene
betwine
betwixen
betwixt
betwixt and between
betwynde
betwyxt
betz cell
beudantite
beuncled

Literary usage of Betweenness

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1. Rational Geometry: A Text-book for the Science of Space; Based on Hilbert's by George Bruce Halsted, David Hilbert (1904)
"betweenness. II. The second group of assumptions: assumptions of betweenness. 13. The assumptions of this group make precise the idea "between," and make ..."

2. The Elements of Scientific Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1922)
"Intermediacy or betweenness. Intermediacy is one of the most important of the relations of sense data for our analysis of these data, and it is through use ..."

3. Space, Time, and Deity: The Gifford Lectures at Glasgow, 1916-1918 by Samuel Alexander (1920)
"betweenness which is the characteristic of order communicates with relation, and order may be resolved into relations. Thus, as Mr. Russell shows, terms x, ..."

4. A System of Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1912)
"developed, perceives space, although the space may not be very complex.1 The fundamental spatial relation seems to be betweenness. ..."

5. The American Mathematical Monthly by Mathematical Association of America (1922)
"betweenness is in fact, a very fundamental relation in this sort of development, and we have at the proper moment a continuity axiom based, as usual, ..."

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