Definition of Lowlinesses

1. Noun. (plural of lowliness) ¹



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Definition of Lowlinesses

1. lowliness [n] - See also: lowliness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lowlinesses

lowlanders
lowlands
lowlier
lowliest
lowlife
lowlifer
lowlifers
lowlifes
lowlight
lowlights
lowlihead
lowliheads
lowlihood
lowlily
lowliness
lowlinesses (current term)
lowlives
lowly
lown
lown-ganong-levine syndrome
lownd
lownded
lownding
lownds
lowne
lowned
lownes
lowness
lownesses
lowning

Literary usage of Lowlinesses

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1. History of New York During the Revolutionary War: And of the Leading Events by Thomas Jones, Edward Floyd De Lancey (1879)
"... to be filed in court, lowlinesses. De- gether with the indictment; and the defendants fendants to have shall respectively, upon application, ..."

2. Scintillae Juris ; Meditations in the Tea Room by Charles John Darling Darling (1903)
"Your lowlinesses have reason. It may be a bramble. * * * Kings, like diamonds, serve many useful ends, and are yet most esteemed because of their rarity. ..."

3. The Equity Draftsman: Being a Collection of Precedents, Drawn by Some of the by Frederick Miles Van Heythuysen, John Mitford Redesdale (1816)
"Interrogatories to prove an Agreement to receive a cer- tain Sum in lieu of Tith.es. interrogatories to be administered lowlinesses, to be produced, sworn, ..."

4. Notes of Cases in the Ecclesiastical & Maritime Courts: Easter Term 1841 to by Great Britain Courts, Thomas Thornton (1843)
"... has been interrogatories called upon to pronounce its opinion) administered to some " v * lowlinesses, of the witnesses examined upon the Articles. ..."

5. A Collection of Statutes Connected with the General Administration of the by Great Britain, William David Evans, Anthony Hammond, Thomas Colpitts Granger (1836)
"... and to take the usual affirmations of the witnesses lowlinesses. examined before them; and that all depositions of witnesses examined in the high court ..."

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