Definition of Setnesses

1. Noun. (plural of setness) ¹



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Definition of Setnesses

1. setness [n] - See also: setness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Setnesses

sethood
sethoxydim
setiferous
setiform
setiger
setigerous
setiparous
setireme
setiremes
setlike
setline
setlines
setlist
setlists
setness
setnesses (current term)
setoff
setoffs
setoid
setoids
seton
seton operation
seton wound
setons
setose
setous
setout
setouts
setpiece
setpieces

Literary usage of Setnesses

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1. The Story of English Speech: A Sketch of the Orign and Development of the by Charles Noble (1914)
"H. i-setnesses, regulations. H. i-so, see. O. & N. i-stonden, stood. LB i-sunde, healthy, well. ..."

2. The Speaker's Garland: Comprising 100 Choice Selections by Phineas Garrett (1904)
"They who had shrugged their shoulders at the little peculiarities and setnesses— so unlike the careless freedom of Southern manners—acknowledged that now ..."

3. The Only English Proclamation of Henry III., 18 October 1258,: And Its by Alexander John Ellis (1868)
"The French version, not quite correctly printed,i and i0 " setnesses, things set at the Sitting, what was determined at the Sitting or Sessions, ..."

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