Definition of Difficultness

1. Noun. The quality of being difficult. "They agreed about the difficulty of the climb"




Definition of Difficultness

1. n. Difficulty.

Definition of Difficultness

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Difficultness

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differeth
differing
differingly
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difficile
difficileness
difficilitate
difficilitated
difficilitates
difficilitating
difficult
difficult nut to crack
difficulties
difficultly
difficultness (current term)
difficulty
difficulty level
difficulty levels
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diffidence
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diffidencies
diffidency
diffident
diffidently
diffidentness
diffine
diffing
diffission

Literary usage of Difficultness

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1. Journal of Educational Psychology by American Psychological Association (1915)
"The Point Scale consists of twenty tests, many of which include several parts, arranged in what appeared to be the order of increasing difficultness. ..."

2. A Point scale for measuring mental ability by Robert Mearns Yerkes, James Winfred Bridges (1915)
"The data of table 32 enable us not only to judge of the relative difficultness of the tests for the ages from four to fifteen, inclusive, ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1914)
"From these observations, it was possible to deduce the following law for the behavior of the dancing mouse: As the difficultness of visual discrimination ..."

4. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1907)
"... call for more reasoning power than the high school boy or girl has developed and thus become thoroughly repellent by reason of its real difficultness. ..."

5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"Problems varying in difficultness from the extremely simple and easy to those practically insoluble by human beings can be presented by means of the ..."

6. Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology by John Broadus Watson (1914)
"Yerkes has stated the general law as follows: " As difficultness of visual discrimination increases, that strength of electrical stimulus which is most ..."

7. The English Familiar Essay: Representative Texts by William Frank Bryan, Ronald Salmon Crane (1916)
"The difficultness in princes' business are many times great; but the greatest difficulty is often in their own mind. For it is common with princes (saith ..."

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