Definition of Removableness
1. movableness [n -ES] - See also: movableness
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Removableness
Literary usage of Removableness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Laws of Business for All the States and Territories of the Union and the by Theophilus Parsons (1909)
"... and the rule above stated, of removableness with or without injury. If a man sells a house, the law of fixtures is construed far more severely against ..."
2. Salaminia (Cyprus): The History, Treasures, & Antiquities of Salamis in the by Alessandro Palma di Cesnola (1884)
"«Zv- -^^ |irip:i|i |f"^T-'^|> cP-)therwise serve as fixtures, or Si ;5n-||<:Sn|| J»ni|5 ion- the purpose—removableness . - . -all the Greek vessels standing ..."
3. The Laws of Business for Business Men, in All the States of the Union: With by Theophilus Parsons (1857)
"But almost every one of these might be removable, or not, according to the intent of the parties, and the rule above stated, of removableness with or ..."
4. A Rational Refutation of the Hindu Philosophical Systems by Nehemiah Nilakantha Gore, Nīlakaṇṭha, Fitzedward Hall (1862)
"Had they not understood them in the way I have shown, the falseness of the world, and monism, and the removableness of ignorance by knowledge, &c., ..."
5. The Congregational Review (1868)
"... removableness backward has been seen to be. And if there is an incongruousness in the terms of the phrase, so there is too when we speak of an eternal ..."
6. Present Religion as a Faith Owning Fellowship with Thought by Sara Sophia Hennell (1865)
"... in the way that it is proper to moral science continuously more and more to sort them, is only a making out of the peculiar degree of removableness that ..."