Definition of Faultinesses

1. faultiness [n] - See also: faultiness



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Faultinesses

fault traces
faultable
faulted
faulter
faulters
faultfinder
faultfinders
faultfinding
faultfinding(a)
faultfindings
faultful
faultier
faultiest
faultily
faultiness
faultinesses (current term)
faulting
faultless
faultlessly
faultlessness
faultlessnesses
faultline
faultlines
faults
faulty
faulty union
faun
faun tail nevus
fauna
faunae

Literary usage of Faultinesses

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1. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers (1835)
"Some are more substantial!, others more ornate and succinct They have abo their own defects and faultinesses, some are harsh, some are effeminate, ..."

2. The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit: Sermons Preached and Revised by Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1877)
"... nor his eye of faith so bright, nor his conversion so complete as it should be, yet God looketh not at any of these faultinesses except to forgive them. ..."

3. First Letter to the Very Rev. J. H. Newman, D.D.: In Explanation, Chiefly in by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1869)
"There was born, then, not a nature vitiated by the contagion of transgression, but the sole medicine of all such faultinesses. A Man was born, I say, ..."

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