Definition of Searness

1. the state of being dry and withered [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Searness

searchlight
searchlights
searcht
searcing
seare
seared
searedness
searer
searest
searing
searing iron
searingly
searings
searlesite
searlesites
searness (current term)
searobin
searobins
sears
seas
seascape
seascapes
seascout
seascouts
sease
seased
seases
seashell
seashells
seashore

Literary usage of Searness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Port Folio by Joseph Dennie, Asbury Dickins (1824)
"... which shall never fall away into the dotage or searness of age, and shall survive death, and convey us safe through the unknown, to the mansion of our ..."

2. European Life and Manners in Familiar Letters to Friends by Henry Colman (1849)
"I am old and decayed; the foliage all gone at the top ; and what few leaves remain below, bearing all the searness and yellowness of autumn, ..."

3. European Life and Manners in Familiar Letters to Friends by Henry Colman (1849)
"I am old and decayed; the foliage all gone at the top ; and what few leaves remain helow, hearing all the searness and yellowness of autunm, ..."

4. European Life and Manners: In Familiar Letters to Friends by Henry Colman (1850)
"I am old and decayed ; the foliage all gone at the top ; and what few leaves remain below, bearing all the searness and yellowness of autumn, ..."

5. For the Oracles of God, Four Orations: For Judgment to Come, an Argument, in by Edward Irving (1824)
"... and we shall arrive at length at that manhood of strength and knowledge which shall never fall away into the dotage or searness of age ..."

6. The Oracles of God: Four Orations. For Judgment to Come, an Argument, in by Edward Irving (1823)
"... and we shall arrive at length at that manhood of strength and knowledge which shall never fall away into the dotage or searness of age, ..."

7. The Oracles of God: Four Orations. For Judgment to Come, an Argument, in by Edward Irving (1823)
"... and we shall arrive at length at that manhood of strength and knowledge which shall never fall away into the dotage or searness of age, ..."

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