Definition of Gorgeousnesses

1. Noun. (plural of gorgeousness) ¹



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Definition of Gorgeousnesses

1. gorgeousness [n] - See also: gorgeousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gorgeousnesses

gorefests
gorehound
gorehounds
gores
gorfly
gorge
gorge-walking
gorge walking
gorged
gorgedly
gorgelet
gorgelets
gorgeous
gorgeously
gorgeousness
gorgeousnesses (current term)
gorger
gorgerin
gorgerins
gorgers
gorges
gorget
gorgeted
gorgets
gorgia
gorgias
gorging
gorgio
gorgios
gorgon

Literary usage of Gorgeousnesses

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1. Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain (2000)
"... clothed in silken and golden Paris-made gorgeousnesses, planned and bought for that single night's use; and in their train all manner of giants, dwarfs, ..."

2. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1903)
"... clothed in silken and golden Paris-made gorgeousnesses, planned and bought for that single night's use; and in their train all manner of giants, ..."

3. Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World by Mark Twain (1897)
"The barbaric gorgeousnesses, for instance; and the princely titles, the sumptuous titles, the sounding titles,— how good they taste in the mouth ! ..."

4. The Writings of Mark Twain by Mark Twain (1903)
"... clothed in silken and golden Paris-made gorgeousnesses, planned and bought for that single night's use; and in their train all manner of giants, ..."

5. Mark Twain's Letters by Mark Twain (1917)
"... strong gorgeousnesses have gone back to heaven and hell and the pole, now, but no matter; if you could look out of my bedroom window at this moment, ..."

6. More Tramps Abroad by Mark Twain (1897)
"... and presently, through this storm of colour, came swaying and swinging, the majestic elephants, clothed in their Sunday-best of gorgeousnesses, ..."

7. Mark Twain and the Happy Island by Elizabeth Wallace (1913)
"... and strong gorgeousnesses have gone back to heaven and hell and the pole now, but no matter : if you could look out at my bedroom ..."

8. The South Seas (Melanesia) by John Henry Macartney Abbott, Norman H. Hardy (1908)
"... opal-tinted waters, and many-coloured gorgeousnesses of flower and bird. So that, so far as the actual appearance of the islands themselves goes, ..."

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