Definition of Livelinesses

1. liveliness [n] - See also: liveliness



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Livelinesses

livedo reticularis symptomatica
livedo vasculitis
livedoid
livedoid dermatitis
liveforever
liveforevers
liveingite
livelier
liveliest
livelihed
livelihood
livelihoods
livelily
liveliness
livelinesses (current term)
livelock
livelocked
livelocks
livelod
livelode
livelods
livelong
livelongs
livelood
liveloods
lively
livelyhood
liven
liven up

Literary usage of Livelinesses

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1. Essays and Tales by John Sterling (1848)
"Indeed, if the man or his book were a mere bundle of unconnected livelinesses and sparkles of thought, either would be nearly as worthless as the dullest ..."

2. The British Novelists: With an Essay, and Prefaces, Biographical and Critical by Anna Letitia Aikin Barbauld, Barbauld (Anna Letitia) (1820)
"... unwilling to take notice, hoping it would go off; for there had been a few livelinesses on her side at dinner-time, though all was serene at supper. ..."

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