Definition of Genuinenesses

1. genuineness [n] - See also: genuineness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Genuinenesses

genuflected
genuflecting
genuflection
genuflections
genuflective
genuflects
genuflexion
genuflexions
genuine
genuine fake
genuine fakes
genuine issue of material fact
genuine issues of material fact
genuinely
genuineness
genuinenesses
genupectoral position
genuphallations
genus
genus-Fenusa
genus-Megapodius
genus-Milvus
genus-group
genus Abelia
genus Abelmoschus
genus Abies
genus Abramis
genus Abrocoma
genus Abronia

Literary usage of Genuinenesses

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

1. The Bookman (1895)
"It is a wonderful revelation of human pettinesses and human genuinenesses. To hear the names in sequence, as Charles Kingsley loved to put them— ..."

2. Christianity Against Infidelity: Or, the Truth of the Gospel History by Thomas Baldwin Thayer (1849)
"The fact therefore that Clement quotes them, and bears witness to their genuinenesses equal proof that they were acknowledged by Paul, otherwise Paul would ..."

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