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Definition of Stresslessness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Stresslessness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain). (1881)
"... and consequent stresslessness, as in '?rt(m-of-the-world,' 'get up.' Subordination of stress does not always imply subordination o3f meaning, ..."
2. Northern English: Phonetics, Grammar, Texts by Richard John Lloyd (1899)
"... or even up-turned attitude of tongue (45), the tendency to glide (84), the markedness of stress and stresslessness (75), and its consequences (75-77). ..."
3. Supplement to Court Leet Records: Vol. 1. A.d. 1550-1624, Containing by Southampton Record Society (1908)
"... stresslessness" merely shows the same character as those before r ; fi, ?-, 1 fell together before r. The spellings in ea merely represent more exactly, ..."
4. Bulletin by University of Virginia School of Latin (1909)
"Thus our current Indoeuropean theory in the absence of any doctrine of a bisyllabic stress has explained wholesale as phenomena of stresslessness what ..."