Definition of Harshnesses

1. Noun. (plural of harshness) ¹



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Definition of Harshnesses

1. harshness [n] - See also: harshness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Harshnesses

harses
harsh
harshed
harshen
harshened
harshening
harshens
harsher
harshes
harshest
harshing
harshlier
harshliest
harshly
harshness
harshnesses (current term)
harslet
harslets
harstigite
hart
hart's-ear
hart's-tongue
hart's-tongue fern
hart's ear
hart-tongue
hartal
hartals
hartbees
hartbeest
hartbeests

Literary usage of Harshnesses

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1. Amiel's Journal: The Journal Intime of Henri-Frédéric Amiel by Henri Frédéric Amiel (1893)
"A few harshnesses or inaccuracies of language do not matter. I feel for the author a respect mingled with emotion. How rare it is to find a book in which ..."

2. Manual of Simple and Double Counterpoint by Ernst Friedrich Richter (1884)
"I avail myself of this opportunity to call attention to numerous harshnesses in the style of S. BACH; not of the kind touched upon above, but rather, ..."

3. Harmonic Analysis: A Course in the Analysis of the Chords and of the Non by Benjamin Cutter (1902)
"These harshnesses add to the interest of the Sequence, and, as is usual, may be compensated for by the outcome of the whole passage in bland ..."

4. Works by Francis Bacon, James Spedding (1864)
"The sound which I speak of as belonging to Grammar relates only to sweetnesses and harshnesses. Of these some are common to all nations ; for there is no ..."

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