Definition of Craftinesses
1. craftiness [n] - See also: craftiness
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Craftinesses
Literary usage of Craftinesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1890)
"rious little craftinesses of adornment, render the rooms so bright and cheerful that for a moment we are beguiled into forgetfulness of the awful normal ..."
2. My Lady Rotha: A Romance by Stanley John Weyman (1894)
"Here was an end of putting off — of smiles, and pleasant words, and the little craftinesses which had hitherto served her. Stern necessity, hard fate were ..."
3. The Kitab-i-Yamini: Historical Memoirs of the Amír Sabaktagín, and the by James Reynolds (1858)
"... various craftinesses, managed that a trial should be ordered to set him right, and, for the purpose of testimonials and evidence, collected together ..."