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Definition of Dividedness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Dividedness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ontology, Or, The Theory of Being; an Introduction to General Metaphysics by Peter Coffey (1914)
"We have defined unity by the negation of actual intrinsic dividedness; and we have seen it to be compatible with extrinsic dividedness, or otherness. ..."
2. Causes and Cures for the Social Unrest: An Appeal to the Middle Class by Ross Lee Finney (1922)
"As Professor Bobbitt says: "dividedness was the malefactor. ... Indeed, togetherness is about to assert its ascendancy over dividedness. ..."
3. Buckle and His Critics: A Study in Sociology by John Mackinnon Robertson (1895)
"... not only the geographical dividedness of Greece,1 but the effect of (a) that dividedness and consequent equipoise of the Greek Republics, ..."
4. System of the Christian Certainty by Franz Hermann Reinhold Frank (1886)
"certainty appropriate to the same, is involved in a duplicity and dividedness, which is experienced by him as a restraint put upon his nature, ..."
5. Discipleship by Heini Arnold, J. Heinrich Arnold, Hutterian Brethren (1994)
"We must give up all dividedness. We want to be of one heart and one soul both ... Unless we find singleness of heart and mind, our dividedness will tear us ..."
6. Present Religion as a Faith Owning Fellowship with Thought by Sara Sophia Hennell (1873)
"Motion, namely, by Mr. Grove and Dr. Tyndall, pre-eminently, from previous treatment, is, that by these modern investigators the dividedness of ..."
7. A Dictionary of the Mahratta Language. by William Carey (1810)
"I> *• separated ness, dividedness. . separate. Я. »• Ç, j. a press of work, a croud of people, a part (as to take. one's part). , r. to fear. ..."