Definition of Lifelikeness

1. [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lifelikeness

lifeguarding
lifeguards
lifehack
lifehacking
lifehacks
lifehold
lifeholds
lifejacket
lifejacketed
lifejackets
lifeless
lifelessly
lifelessness
lifelessnesses
lifelike
lifelikeness (current term)
lifelikenesses
lifeline
lifelines
lifelog
lifelogger
lifelogging
lifelong
lifelore
lifely
lifemanship
lifemanships
lifemate
lifemates
lifen

Literary usage of Lifelikeness

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1. Passages from the French and Italian Note-books of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1899)
"The illusion and lifelikeness effervesces and exhales out of a picture as it grows old; and we go on talking of a charm that has forever vanished. ..."

2. The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1888)
"The illusion and lifelikeness effervesces and exhales out of a picture as it grows old; and we go on talking of a charm that has forever vanished. ..."

3. A History of American Literature Since 1870 by Fred Lewis Pattee (1915)
"One admires their skill; one takes a certain pleasure in the lifelikeness of the characters —especially those of Howells—but cold lifelikeness is not the ..."

4. The Bookman (1890)
"... so to speak, are made as striking as possible ; in fact, we get all the apparent lifelikeness of a pla - say the *tt*iv»t lifelikeness, because a pay is ..."

5. The Chautauquan by Chautauqua Institution (1908)
"This lifelikeness is important in a portrait. How many figures in pictures which we see seem posed and stiff, and without life. ..."

6. A History of Ancient Sculpture by Lucy Myers Wright Mitchell (1883)
"9), in consequence of which the greatest lifelikeness was sought to be obtained in the statues of the deceased. Although there must have been a time when ..."

7. Descriptive Writing by Evelyn May Albright (1911)
"This is, after all, the real test of lifelikeness in the description of physical experiences—that all the concrete matters shall be so interwoven and so ..."

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