Definition of Absurdities

1. Noun. (plural of absurdity) ¹



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Definition of Absurdities

1. absurdity [n] - See also: absurdity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Absurdities

abstrusions
abstrusities
abstrusity
absume
absumed
absumes
absuming
absumption
absurd
absurder
absurdest
absurdism
absurdisms
absurdist
absurdists
absurdities (current term)
absurdity
absurdly
absurdness
absurdnesses
absurds
abswurmbachite
abswurmbachites
absynthe
absynthes
abt
abterminal
abthane
abthanes
abtropfung

Literary usage of Absurdities

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1. The Spectator by Joseph Addison, Richard Steele (1810)
"absurdities of the Opera exemplified in Letters from the Performers of Beasts STEELE. 23. ... Italian Recitative—absurdities of the Opera Dresses • 30. ..."

2. A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present by Edmund Clarence Stedman, Ellen Mackay Hutchinson (1887)
"DIVERS ABORIGINAL CUSTOMS AND absurdities. [From the Same.] Indians that I have conversed withal .i-rs :n this Province -L of Mary-Land, and have had any ..."

3. Is Davis a Traitor: Or Was Secession a Constitutional Right Previous to the by Albert Taylor Bledsoe (1907)
"The absurdities flowing from the Doctrine that the Constitution is not a Compact ... But, at present, I merely wish to point out a few of the absurdities ..."

4. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1884)
"absurdities OF THE LAW AS ILLUSTRATED IN THE TAYLOR CASE.* BY HC WOOD, MD, PROFESSOR OF THERAPEUTICS AND CLINICAL PROFESSOR OF NERVOUS DISEASES IN THE ..."

5. Southern History of the War by Edward Alfred Pollard (1866)
"His absurdities in the Convention.—The call for tho Convention that formed the Constitution.—Three parties in the Convention.—The idea of a " national" ..."

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