Definition of Rawnesses

1. Noun. (plural of rawness) ¹



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Definition of Rawnesses

1. rawness [n] - See also: rawness

Lexicographical Neighbors of Rawnesses

rawhides
rawhiding
rawin
rawing
rawings
rawins
rawinsonde
rawinsondes
rawish
rawk
rawl plug
rawl plugs
rawly
rawn
rawness
rawnesses
rawns
rawranoke
raws
rax
raxed
raxes
raxibacumab
raxing
raxle
ray
ray-gun
ray casting

Literary usage of Rawnesses

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

1. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1916)
"He seems, in one phase, a child of nature, impatient with the repellent rawnesses of a new "civilization," and ever welcoming the simpler types and wider ..."

2. The Letters of William James by William James (1920)
"Certainly the instruction and facilities at our university are on the whole superior to anything I have seen; the rawnesses we mention with such affliction ..."

3. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1906)
"It seems to me as if one could see the plainest by revisions of this kind, what sort of spirit has descended on one, and what rawnesses one has sloughed off ..."

4. Horizons: A Book of Criticism by Francis Hackett (1918)
"... and these rawnesses of American existence, so conceived, have as little part in a polite literacy as have peanuts in the poetry of Oscar Wilde. ..."

5. Horizons: A Book of Criticism by Francis Hackett (1918)
"Outside their view lies the life of the proletarian except as it impinges on the middle class, and these rawnesses of American existence, so conceived, ..."

6. Horizons: A Book of Criticism by Francis Hackett (1918)
"Outside their view lies the life of the proletarian except as it impinges on the middle class, and these rawnesses of American existence, so conceived, ..."

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