Definition of Justnesses
1. justness [n] - See also: justness
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Justnesses
Literary usage of Justnesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of Thomas Carlyle by Thomas Carlyle, Henry Duff Traill (1897)
"... fight us,—they lying still in or near their justnesses, on the west side of Edinburgh, we resolved, the Lord assisting, to draw near to them once more, ..."
2. Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities, Biography, Geography by William Smith, Horatio Balch Hackett, Ezra Abbot (1872)
"The few survivors from these terrible massacre* have taken refuge in the mountain justnesses, where they may still linger. A curse seems to hang over a land ..."
3. Chambers's Information for the People by William Chambers, Robert Chambers (1842)
"... during the feudal ages in Europe, and was mught to this country by the Normans, who erected .' in it* justnesses into which they might retire and ..."
4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1843)
"... on the scaffold or slaughtered with the sword, a miserable remnant were driven to the justnesses of remote mountains, or the wilds of inaccessible bogs. ..."
5. The National Review edited by Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot (1858)
"... been called the romantic school,—by a more uniform regard for the proprieties of expression, the justnesses of proportion, and the polish of details. ..."
6. The Freemasons' Library and General Ahiman Rezon: Containing a Delineation by Samuel Cole (1817)
"... harbours, and ever}- place upon the globe—It is adapted to artificers in every branch, and from thence, architects derive their measures, justnesses, ..."
7. The Universal Masonic Library: A Republication in Thirty Volumes of All the by George Oliver (1855)
"It is adapted to artificers in every branch; and from thence, as I said before, architects derive their measures, justnesses, and proportions. ..."