Definition of Thinnesses

1. thinness [n] - See also: thinness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Thinnesses

thinko
thinkos
thinks
thinkt
thinktank
thinktanker
thinktankers
thinktanks
thinky
thinly
thinned
thinned out
thinner
thinners
thinness
thinnesses
thinnest
thinning
thinning out
thinning shears
thinnings
thinnish
thinolite
thinolites
thins
thins out
thinspiration
thinspo
thio
thio-

Literary usage of Thinnesses

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

1. Lewis Seymour and Some Women by George Moore (1917)
"and he answered that there were certain thinnesses in the shoulder-blades, but if these were filled in she would lose a great deal in character, ..."

2. Untimely Papers by Randolph Silliman Bourne (1919)
"But. too many of these prophets are men who have lived rather briskly among the cruelties and thinnesses of American civilization and have shown no ..."

3. Ozone, Its Manufacture, Properties and Uses by Alexander Vosmaer (1916)
"... we come to extreme thinnesses in the order of less than one ten-thousandth of a millimeter (Ol/i). ..."

4. A Natural History of the British Lepidoptera: A Text-book for Students and by James William Tutt (1906)
"Each cell is marked with 20 to 30 small dots arranged in some degree in lines, whether these dots are thickening, or thinnesses, or alterations in texture ..."

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