Definition of Closenesses

1. closeness [n] - See also: closeness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Closenesses

closedown
closedowns
closefisted
closehanded
closehauled
closelipped
closely
closely-held
closely held
closely held corporation
closely knit
closemouthed
closen
closened
closeness
closenesses
closening
closens
closeout
closeouts
closer
closer-knit
closereefed
closers
closes
closest
closest-knit
closest point of approach
closest points of approach
closestool

Literary usage of Closenesses

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

1. The Life of the Learned Sir John Cheke, Kt., First Instructor, Afterwards by John Strype, William Elstob (1821)
"Therefore, " since so many mutual offices, so many pious closenesses " and ties are between you and the University, that in " fetching back the remembrance ..."

2. The Atonement of Christ: Six Lectures in Hereford Cathedral During Holy Week by Alfred Barry (1871)
"... again form different closenesses of union, and in proportion to them is the real power of ourselves over our fellow-men and of our fellow-men over us. ..."

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