Definition of Basenesses

1. baseness [n] - See also: baseness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Basenesses

baseloads
basely
basename
basenames
baseness
basenesses
basenet
basenets
basenji
basenjis
basepair
basepairs
basepath
basepaths
baseperson
basepersons
baseplate
baseplate wax
baseplates
basepoint

Literary usage of Basenesses

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

1. Essays, Historical and Theological by James Bowling Mozley (1878)
"... godless basenesses, deaf dead infinite injustices, accursed iron bellies of Phalaris bulls," is not likely to be benefited by an instruction which ..."

2. How to Write Clearly: Rules and Exercises on English Composition by Edwin Abbott Abbott (1898)
"(c) "The besetting basenesses of &c." 30. "The (a) (2) unprecedented impudence of our youthful representative reminds us forcibly of the unblushing and (54) ..."

3. Letters on Reasoning by John Mackinnon Robertson (1905)
"To such basenesses of misrepresentation, however, men frequently resort in their determination to defend their beliefs anyhow; and I warn you on the one ..."

4. Letters on Reasoning by John Mackinnon Robertson (1902)
"To such basenesses of misrepresentation, however, men frequently resort in their determination to defend their beliefs anyhow; and I warn you on the one ..."

5. Essays in Ethics by John Mackinnon Robertson (1903)
"Its basenesses are but the expression of hereditary vice. But if it be that our kind has slowly arisen from the merest animality, and that the capricious ..."

6. The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James (1902)
"The basenesses so commonly charged to religion's account are thus, almost all of them, not chargeable at all to religion proper, but rather to religion's ..."

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