Definition of Aloofnesses
1. aloofness [n] - See also: aloofness
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Literary usage of Aloofnesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. National Idealism and a State Church: A Constructive Essay in Religion by Stanton Coit (1907)
"... despite the aloofnesses and antagonisms of various religious bodies, they did at least to a marked degree react upon and colour one another's character, ..."
2. An Earth Poem, and Other Poems by Gerda Dalliba (1908)
"... wife Life—O poor, and most pitifully chidden—• Soft child of parents unseen, hardly discernible— Make me more kind to Thee—Thou of aloofnesses hidden, ..."
3. Out to Win, the Story of America in France by Coningsby Dawson (1918)
"... I feel that I have a sympathetic understanding of the affections and aloofnesses of both nations; as a member of both families I claim the domestic ..."