Definition of Homelinesses

1. homeliness [n] - See also: homeliness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Homelinesses

homeless dumping
homeless person
homeless persons
homeless shelter
homeless shelters
homeless youth
homelessly
homelessness
homelessnesses
homelier
homeliest
homelife
homelike
homelily
homeliness
homelinesses (current term)
homeling
homelings
homelives
homely
homelyn
homelyness
homelyns
homemade
homemaker
homemaker services
homemakers
homemaking
homemakings
homeness

Literary usage of Homelinesses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Musical Portraits: Interpretations of Twenty Modern Composers by Paul Rosenfeld (1920)
"The gaunt gray piles, the metallic surfaces, the homelinesses of Moussorgsky, are more virile, stronger, more resisting than Wagner's music. ..."

2. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1881)
"He affected some homelinesses of custom, and amongst them he preserved the habit of smoking a long churchwarden clay. This one practice was of considerable ..."

3. The Life and Letters of Margaret Junkin Preston by Elizabeth Preston Allan, Margaret Junkin Preston (1903)
"... in all the Valley of Virginia; and a more systematically ordered household, in the homelinesses as well as in the elegancies, was nowhere to be found. ..."

4. Friendly Letters to Girl Friends by Adeline Dutton Train Whitney (1896)
"There are no strange, charming homelinesses to get away into now, except in Miss Jewett's and ..."

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