Definition of Knottinesses

1. Noun. (plural of knottiness) ¹



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Definition of Knottinesses

1. knottiness [n] - See also: knottiness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Knottinesses

knothole
knotholes
knotless
knotlike
knots
knottable
knotted
knotted marjoram
knottedness
knotter
knotters
knottier
knottiest
knottily
knottiness
knottinesses (current term)
knotting
knottings
knottle
knotty
knotty pine
knotweed
knotweeds
knotwork
knotworks
knotwort
knotworts
knouleche
knout
knouted

Literary usage of Knottinesses

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1. A Gallery of Literary Portraits by George Gilfillan (1845)
"Were the " Captive of Fez " re-written, its smaller knottinesses lopped off, its dense dialogue clarified, its narrative and description retained, ..."

2. Scientific Papers by Peter Guthrie Tait (1898)
"16 and 17, which have been already described (ยง 27). A full investigation of the higher knottinesses of this class (especially when fully ..."

3. Persian Miniatures by Harrison Griswold Dwight (1917)
"... than to the knots and knottinesses of rugs. But it is hard to escape the conviction that without Mr. Mumford the names of few of these ladies and ..."

4. Galleries of Literary Portraits by George Gilfillan (1856)
"Were the "Captive of Fez" rewritten, its smaller knottinesses lopped off, its dense dialogue clarified, its narrative and description retained, ..."

5. Sketches of Modern Literature, and Eminent Literary Men by George Gilfillan (1846)
"Were the " Captive of Fez" rewritten, its smaller knottinesses lopped off, its dense dialogue clarified, its narrative and description retained, ..."

6. The Woman That's Good: A Story of the Undoing of a Dreamer by Harold Richard Vynne (1900)
"... and who discussed with him, over long pipes of prime tobacco, the knottinesses of Schopenhauer, and Richter, and Feuerbach. And night after night, ..."

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