Definition of Detailedness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Detailedness
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1. William Laud, Sometime Archbishop of Canterbury, a Study: Sometime by Arthur Christopher Benson (1887)
"His correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor and Senate of the former fills a large folio volume. Of the detailedness of his scrutiny we have some ..."
2. The Saviour in the Newer Light: A Present-day Study of Jesus Christ by Alexander Robinson (1895)
"Its very boldness and detailedness hold us bound in admiration of it. But it is not history. It neither gives the true history of Jesus's life on earth nor ..."
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