Definition of Amicablenesses
1. amicableness [n] - See also: amicableness
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amicablenesses
Literary usage of Amicablenesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Short Plays from Dickens for the Use of Amateur and School Dramatic Societies by Horace Baker Browne, Charles Dickens (1908)
"Ho, Mr. Warden, here's blessedness among relations, sir, here's forgiveness of injuries, here's amicablenesses ! [GABRIEL looks from his wife to DOLLY, ..."
2. A Budget of Paradoxes by Augustus De Morgan (1915)
"... injuries! here's amicablenesses!"—rang in my ears. But I was made slightly uncomfortable: how could the war go on after this armistice? ..."
3. A Londoner's Log-book, 1901-1902 by George William Erskine Russell (1903)
"But Christmas is upon us, and "amicablenesses" (as Miss Miggs called them), rather than "unpleasantnesses" (as the Parish calls them) should dominate the ..."
4. Barnaby Rudge, And, Hard Times: With Ten Illustrations by Charles Dickens (1868)
"... of injuries, here's amicablenesses ! " "The old story!" cried the locksmith, looking at her in inexpressible desperation. " She was born to be a damper, ..."