Definition of Blankness

1. Noun. The state of being blank; void; emptiness.

Generic synonyms: Emptiness
Derivative terms: Blank, Blank



Definition of Blankness

1. n. The state of being blank.

Definition of Blankness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being blank. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Blankness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blankness

blanketflowers
blanketing
blanketings
blanketless
blanketlike
blanketly
blankets
blanketweed
blankety
blankie
blankies
blanking
blankings
blankity
blankly
blankness (current term)
blanknesses
blanks
blanky
blanquet
blanquets
blanquette
blanquettes
blanquillo
blanquillos
blanscue
blare
blare out
blared
blares

Literary usage of Blankness

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1. Writing of Today: Models of Journalistic Prose by Gerhard Richard Lomer, John William Cunliffe (1915)
"... blankness flaming torches to guide their patrons on of the fog. One might imagine it the their way. The lofty and powerful electric vision of a ..."

2. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1853)
"Scene 5, the expression 'blanket of the dark, ' which has puzzled the ingenuity and tried the tempers of the editors, turns out to be 'blankness. ..."

3. Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of (1859)
"The blankness of the walls of this building has been relieved by pilasters, and a cupola has been added for a bell-tower. This cupola may be left off, ..."

4. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1916)
"ment, laughter, confusion of thought, unsuccessful effort to inhibit, significant response, blankness of mind, surrogate response, irrelevant response, ..."

5. The Homes of the New World: Impressions of America by Fredrika Bremer (1853)
"... comparison with the blankness and deadness of life which they are now reduced to, and which must convert them into idiots if it is long continued thus ? ..."

6. Writing of Today: Models of Journalistic Prose by Gerhard Richard Lomer, John William Cunliffe (1915)
"... blankness flaming torches to guide their patrons on of the fog. One might imagine it the their way. The lofty and powerful electric vision of a ..."

7. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1853)
"Scene 5, the expression 'blanket of the dark, ' which has puzzled the ingenuity and tried the tempers of the editors, turns out to be 'blankness. ..."

8. Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of (1859)
"The blankness of the walls of this building has been relieved by pilasters, and a cupola has been added for a bell-tower. This cupola may be left off, ..."

9. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1916)
"ment, laughter, confusion of thought, unsuccessful effort to inhibit, significant response, blankness of mind, surrogate response, irrelevant response, ..."

10. The Homes of the New World: Impressions of America by Fredrika Bremer (1853)
"... comparison with the blankness and deadness of life which they are now reduced to, and which must convert them into idiots if it is long continued thus ? ..."

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