Definition of Beeriness

1. n. Beery condition.



Definition of Beeriness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being beery. ¹

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Definition of Beeriness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beeriness

beercan
beercans
beered-up
beeregar
beergarita
beergaritas
beerhall
beerhalls
beerhead
beerheads
beerhouse
beerhouses
beerier
beeriest
beerily
beeriness (current term)
beerinesses
beerish
beerless
beerlike
beermaker
beermakers
beermaking
beermat
beermats
beers
beershop
beershops
beersicle
beerware

Literary usage of Beeriness

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1908)
"... from time to time—distaste for water and soap, chronic beeriness. hatred of regular work—would at once be cured when the State had become his master. ..."

2. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1879)
"Loose loafing, anc lewdness, and beeriness. Say, is a hog in a stye a worse instance of coarseness and dreariness ? Doubt if the Sages have done their full ..."

3. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1900)
"... —not exactly tipsy, that is to say, but in the communicative stage of beeriness. “Well, Johnson, are you going to make a cricketer of Lord Emden? ..."

4. Appletons' Journal (1877)
"This fact, by-the-by, was borne in upon me, not by the travel-stained aspect of the vehicles, so much as by the degree of beeriness observable in the voices ..."

5. Alice-for-short: A Dichronism by William Frend De Morgan (1907)
"And as for beeriness—well, poor Kavanagh had some tendency that way, it was no great pder. It was a very modest and unpretentious achievement ..."

6. Sidelights on American Literature by Fred Lewis Pattee (1922)
"... of a profound beeriness, a spiritual dyspepsia, a puerile mysticism, an old-womanish pettiness, and ineradicable liking for "the obscure, evolving, ..."

7. Miscellaneous Essays by George E. Saintsbury (1892)
"There is still too much healthy beefiness and beeriness (much of both as it has lost) in the English temperament to permit it to indulge in the sterile ..."

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