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Lexicographical Neighbors of Freehandedness
Literary usage of Freehandedness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Contemporary Review (1873)
"The thrifty Hollanders showed some surprise at the black men's freehandedness, but their explanation was simple and conclusive, " Dit is Hottentots Manier," ..."
2. The Problem of Asia and Its Effect Upon International Policies by Alfred Thayer Mahan (1905)
"freehandedness to be maintained in external relations of lesser importance. Needless external preoccupations might greatly embarrass us, in case divergence ..."
3. The Development of Constitutional Liberty in the English Colonies of America by Eben Greenough Scott (1882)
"Nor was this freehandedness lacking in refinement. At the time when the squirearchy of England was marring its hospitality with the coarseness of mere ..."
4. Essays and Addresses by Augustine Birrell (1901)
"... is his freehandedness. He practises no small economies, he makes you free of his house and table; he does not, as do some mercantile authors, ..."
5. Essays and Addresses by Augustine Birrell (1901)
"... and a sensible man, whose definition of style was to write like a human being. A most agreeable trait of his writings is his freehandedness. ..."
6. United States: From the Landing of Columbus to the Signing of the Peace by Julian Hawthorne (1898)
"Charles, with the freehandedness of a highwayman, presented two of his favorites, in 1673, for a term of one and thirty years, with the entire colony! ..."
7. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1876)
"Cotta's freehandedness agreeably contrasted with the parsimony of Campe, and the manners of the ..."