Definition of Losableness

1. [n -ES]



Losableness Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Losableness

lorrie
lorried
lorries
lorry
lorryful
lorryfuls
lorrying
lorryless
lorryload
lorryloads
lory
los
los alamos meson physics facility
los alamos national laboratory
losable
losableness (current term)
losablenesses
losange
losartan
lose
lose-lose
lose count
lose face
lose ground
lose heart
lose it
lose one's cool
lose one's head
lose one's head if it wasn't attached
lose one's life

Literary usage of Losableness

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1. The Work of the Holy Spirit by Abraham Kuyper (1900)
"Whether one is holy, or yet to be made holy, does not depend upon the losableness of the treasure, but upon its being ..."

2. Elementary Chemistry by Charles Elijah Linebarger (1904)
"Its advantages are ease in moving about, rapidity of weighing, and " non-losableness " of the weights, which are rings moving along the beam. ..."

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