Definition of Fullnesses
1. fullness [n] - See also: fullness
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fullnesses
Literary usage of Fullnesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Southern History of the Great Civil War in the United States by Edward Alfred Pollard (1863)
"... was in pn-cipi- talc retreat back to his Cheat Mountain fullnesses. His loss in killed and wounded was estimated at from two hundred and ..."
2. Hints Toward Reforms: In Lectures, Addresses, and Other Writings by Horace Greeley (1857)
"Could a mental daguerreotype be held up before us—one on which the fullnesses and deficiencies of the character should vividly appear—what deformities and ..."
3. Detained in China and Tibet: A Directory of Political and Religious Prisoners by Robin Munro, Mickey Spiegel, Asia Watch Committee (U.S.) (1994)
"... Tian Xian Dao (Way of Celestial Immortals) Tong Shan She (Society of Communal Benevolence) Triratna Wan Quan Dao (Way of Myriad fullnesses) Wu Liang Jin ..."
4. Greek Vignettes: A Sail in the Greek Seas, Summer of 1877 by James Albert Harrison (1878)
"... then a petticoat or kilt of white cloth, which may be of various fullnesses, in innumerable folds, reaching hardly to the knee ; dances of the modern ..."