Definition of Braininess

1. Noun. The characteristic of being brainy. ¹



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Definition of Braininess

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Braininess

brained
brainedness
brainfest
brainfood
brainfoods
brainiac
brainiacs
brainier
brainiest
brainily
braininess (current term)
braininesses
braining
brainish
brainist
brainists
brainless
brainlessly
brainlessness
brainlessnesses
brainlike
brainpan
brainpans
brainpower
brainpowers

Literary usage of Braininess

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Bookman (1910)
"... "breeziness" and "braininess" we hoped for something greater still. We do not deny that he made himself the man he now is—and a mighty feat it was. ..."

2. The Trail of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1904: A Story of the Great Exploration by Olin Dunbar Wheeler (1904)
"... and a braininess and discriminating common sense in his conduct of public and business affairs, worthy of study and to be patterned after in these ..."

3. Little Visits With Great Americans by Marden, Orison Swett (1904)
"... allied to his general wit 1891 began to conduct the well- and braininess, have made his editor- known publication with which he is ials famous ..."

4. I, Mary MacLane: A Diary of Human Days by Mary MacLane (1917)
"That my melancholy is more lustrous than hers I lay to her native dullness as against my native braininess, and to alcohol's ..."

5. Therapeutic Gazette (1921)
"... we have in mind Napoleon, the greatest example of "braininess," who came from nothing and who gained everything by sheer force of intellect. ..."

6. Danger Signals for Teachers by Albert Edward Winship (1919)
"A young man must sacrifice handiness or braininess if he went to school, or both by not going to school, and the Government appeared to have no care ..."

7. The Bookman (1910)
"... "breeziness" and "braininess" we hoped for something greater still. We do not deny that he made himself the man he now is—and a mighty feat it was. ..."

8. The Trail of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1904: A Story of the Great Exploration by Olin Dunbar Wheeler (1904)
"... and a braininess and discriminating common sense in his conduct of public and business affairs, worthy of study and to be patterned after in these ..."

9. Little Visits With Great Americans by Marden, Orison Swett (1904)
"... allied to his general wit 1891 began to conduct the well- and braininess, have made his editor- known publication with which he is ials famous ..."

10. I, Mary MacLane: A Diary of Human Days by Mary MacLane (1917)
"That my melancholy is more lustrous than hers I lay to her native dullness as against my native braininess, and to alcohol's ..."

11. Therapeutic Gazette (1921)
"... we have in mind Napoleon, the greatest example of "braininess," who came from nothing and who gained everything by sheer force of intellect. ..."

12. Danger Signals for Teachers by Albert Edward Winship (1919)
"A young man must sacrifice handiness or braininess if he went to school, or both by not going to school, and the Government appeared to have no care ..."

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