Definition of Meeknesses
1. meekness [n] - See also: meekness
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Literary usage of Meeknesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Methodist Review (1899)
"... and meeknesses and Christ-loves in men's hearts." While exalting music and poetry our author recognizes ..."
2. A Little English Gallery by Louise Imogen Guiney (1894)
"A humanist of the school of Assisi, Vaughan was full of out-of-door meeknesses and pieties, nowhere sweeter in their expression than in this all-embracing ..."
3. Poems, by E.B. Barrett by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1862)
"I am not proud—meek angels, ye invest New meeknesses to hear such utterance rest On mortal lips,—' I am not proud'—not proud ! Albeit in my flesh God sent ..."
4. The Hearth-stone: Thoughts Upon Home-life in Our Cities by Samuel Osgood (1876)
"I am not proud—meek angels, put ye on New meeknesses to hear such utterance rest On mortal lips, 'I am not proud'—not proud I Albeit in my flesh God sent ..."