Definition of Perfectnesses

1. perfectness [n] - See also: perfectness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Perfectnesses

perfectissimate
perfectissimates
perfectitude
perfective
perfective aspect
perfective aspects
perfective tense
perfectively
perfectiveness
perfectives
perfectivities
perfectivity
perfectivization
perfectly
perfectness
perfectnesses
perfecto
perfector
perfectors
perfectos
perfects
perfervid
perfet
perfidies
perfidious
perfidiously
perfidiousness
perfidiousnesses
perfidy
perfin

Literary usage of Perfectnesses

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

1. Selections and Essays by John Ruskin (1918)
"Alas! if read rightly, these perfectnesses are signs of a slavery in our England a thousand times more bitter and more degrading than that of the scourged ..."

2. Problems of the Playwright by Clayton Meeker Hamilton (1917)
"There is no vastness and no grandeur in their structure—only an intimacy of little perfectnesses. One feels a bit afraid lest they might be seen by some one ..."

3. Guild Socialism: An Historical and Critical Analysis by Niles Carpenter (1922)
"Alas I if read rightly, these perfectnesses are signs of a slavery in our England a thousand times more bitter and more degrading than that of the scourged ..."

4. Plymouth Pulpit: Sermons Preached in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn by Henry Ward Beecher (1875)
"... wished, done; and its perfectnesses represent more or less the advance of the struggles which are going on between the animal man and the spiritual man. ..."

5. The Complete Works by John Ruskin (1894)
"... these perfectnesses are signs of a slavery in our England a thousand times more bitter and more degrading than that of the scourged African, ..."

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