Definition of Greatnesses
1. greatness [n] - See also: greatness
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greatnesses
Literary usage of Greatnesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church by Augustine, John Chrysostom, Philip Schaff (1887)
"As, therefore, we do not say three essences, so we do not say three greatnesses, or three who are great. For in things which are great by partaking of ..."
2. Horizons: A Book of Criticism by Francis Hackett (1918)
"... anticipation of his method and spirit, but it is difficult to find anywhere else another complete example. greatnesses of a different order, greatnesses ..."
3. Rigveda Brahmanas: The Aitareya and Kauṣītaki Brāhmaṇas of the Rigveda by Arthur Berriedale Keith (1920)
"(It contains) ' from afar'; from afar is the end; the sixth day is the end; he places the end in the end. ' The greatnesses of this great one' is the normal ..."
4. Italian Fantasies by Israel Zangwill (1910)
"And by greatnesses I do not mean only moral greatnesses, for life is larger than morality. It is his own temperament with which the artist crosses Nature. ..."