Definition of Lamentableness

1. [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lamentableness

lamellirostral
lamellirostres
lamellophone
lamellophones
lamellopodia
lamellopodium
lamellose
lamellula
lamellulas
lamels
lamely
lameness
lamenesses
lament
lamentable
lamentableness (current term)
lamentably
lamentation
lamented
lamentedly
lamenter
lamenters
lamentful
lamenting
lamentingly
lamentoso
laments
lameo
lameos
lamer

Literary usage of Lamentableness

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1. Imaginary Interviews by William Dean Howells (1910)
"If our fiction took it on the human ground, and ascertained its inner pathos, its real lamentableness, it might do a very good thing with those clubmen and ..."

2. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1876)
"... still in its lamentableness, the disaster did not concern Mr. Selincourt so nearly as to prevent him from discussing it temperately. ..."

3. Men and Missions by William Thomas Ellis (1909)
"Its lamentableness is almost equaled by its ludicrousness. For who can define home missions or foreign missions, or draw a plain line between the two? ..."

4. The Training of Men for the World's Future by Charles Franklin Thwing (1916)
"... 1914, proved how mistaken the blessed thought was; and every day which has dawned since that fatal month has accented the lamentableness of the mistake. ..."

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