Definition of Effectivenesses
1. effectiveness [n] - See also: effectiveness
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Literary usage of Effectivenesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dramatic Values by Charles Edward Montague (1911)
"Of their nature they refuse to abound in saliences and effectivenesses of visible and audible expression. And to represent on the stage this simple, ..."
2. Greek Genius, and Other Essaysby John Jay Chapman by John Jay Chapman (1915)
"But of course Balzac knew none of these things correctly; he merely knew their stage uses, their imaginative values, their symbolic effectivenesses. ..."
3. Clinical lectures on mental diseases by Sir Thomas Smith Clouston, Charles Follen Folsom (1884)
"... and Morel's description—Characterized by striking peculiarities, eccentricities, oddities, disproportionate developments, abnormal effectivenesses, ..."