Definition of Ghastlinesses

1. Noun. (plural of ghastliness) ¹



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Definition of Ghastlinesses

1. ghastliness [n] - See also: ghastliness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ghastlinesses

gharri
gharries
gharris
gharry
ghasard
ghast
ghasted
ghastful
ghastfully
ghasting
ghastlier
ghastliest
ghastlily
ghastliness
ghastlinesses (current term)
ghastly
ghastness
ghasts
ghat
ghatam
ghatams
ghats
ghatti
ghatti gum
ghaut
ghauts
ghawazee
ghawazees

Literary usage of Ghastlinesses

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1. The Newest Materialism: Sundry Papers on the Books of Mill, Comte, Bain by William Maccall (1873)
"Bacon delivered the world from ghastlinesses—the ... pathologists lead us back to ghastlinesses the most horrible. He unveiled to us the health and wealth ..."

2. Mr. Punch's History of Modern England by Charles Larcom Graves (1922)
"... is an inoffensive though purposeless, and not very interesting bizarrerie. But such gratuitous ghastlinesses as "Will o' the Wisp," "Felo de ..."

3. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1847)
"Thee, actual reader, we well discern to be of a different spirit : come, then, and shudder with us, in the first place, over some ghastlinesses gleaned from ..."

4. Modern Painters by John Ruskin (1906)
"... our disturbed dreams are sometimes filled with ghastlinesses which seem not to arise out of any conceivable association of our waking ideas, ..."

5. Modern Painters by John Ruskin (1858)
"... ones,—as our disturbed dreams are sometimes filled with ghastlinesses which seem not to arise out of any conceivable association of our waking ideas, ..."

6. A History of Elizabethan Literature by George Saintsbury (1912)
"... the nightmare ghastlinesses and extravagances not merely of Tourneur and Webster, but even of Marlowe in Barabas, and the difference of Shakespere's ..."

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