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Literary usage of Gawkishness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Inspector, Literary Magazine and Review (1827)
"... in the modification of the features, in the dumb trickery of the body, and crook-backed gawkishness. ..."
2. Social--to save: a book of suggestions for the social committees of by Amos Russell Wells (1895)
"Only thus can we conquer our gawkishness, our diffidence, our clumsiness. Only thus, moreover, can we gain confidence and power in our prayer meetings, ..."