Definition of Frightfulnesses
1. frightfulness [n] - See also: frightfulness
Lexicographical Neighbors of Frightfulnesses
Literary usage of Frightfulnesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Popular Science Monthly (1914)
"The implied reversion brings with it terrible risks, and when we hold up our hands at the frightfulnesses committed by our enemies, we should remember that ..."
2. Harry Butters, R.F.A., "an American Citizen": Life and War Letters by Henry Augustus Butters (1917)
"... their frightfulnesses. Excuse me while I draw breath for the next sentence Three days ago we got orders to relieve another battery that was in action ..."
3. My German Prisons: The Story of My Two and a Half Years of Captivity in by Horace Gray Gilliland (1919)
"I say "nation's," advisedly, for it must be clearly understood that these frightfulnesses are not to be blamed to the military authorities alone. ..."