Definition of Tritenesses

1. triteness [n] - See also: triteness



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tritenesses

trisyllabics
trisyllable
trisyllables
trit
tritactic
tritagonist
tritanol
tritanomaly
tritanopia
tritanopias
tritanopic
trite
trite law
tritely
triteness
tritenesses
triter
triternate
triterpene
triterpenes
triterpenoid
triterpenoids
trites
tritest
tritheism
tritheisms
tritheist
tritheistic
tritheistical
tritheists

Literary usage of Tritenesses

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1. Proceedings of the International Conference on Greek Architectural by Nancy A. Winter (1994)
"... from Thebes.54 The vegetal Nikai as hybrid creatures participating in a fantasy scene could well be compared with Tritons and Tritenesses of the marine ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1844)
"... not tritenesses or truisms; and theirs is a smiling gladness of thought, or a steady tender reverence, as suits the sunshine of England, ..."

3. The Egregious English by Thomas William Hodgson Crosland (1903)
"... or if he can put a glow and a gloss on the tritenesses of love and lust, his success as a fictionist is to all intents and purposes assured. ..."

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