Definition of Mundaneness

1. Noun. The quality or character of being intellectually sophisticated and worldly through cultivation or experience or disillusionment.

Exact synonyms: Mundanity, Sophistication, Worldliness
Generic synonyms: Quality
Derivative terms: Mundane, Sophisticate, Worldly
Antonyms: Naivete



2. Noun. The quality of being commonplace and ordinary.
Exact synonyms: Mundanity, Ordinariness
Generic synonyms: Quality
Specialized synonyms: Averageness, Mediocrity, Expectedness, Commonness, Commonplaceness, Everydayness
Attributes: Ordinary, Extraordinary
Derivative terms: Mundane, Mundane, Ordinary, Ordinary
Antonyms: Extraordinariness

Definition of Mundaneness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being mundane; ordinariness; worldliness. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mundaneness

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Literary usage of Mundaneness

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1. The Mastaba of Ptahhetep and Akhethetep at Saqqareh by Norman de Garis Davies, Francis Llewellyn Griffith (1901)
"On the one hand, the volatile spirit of the deceased might gain a needed fixity and mundaneness from his sculptured figure and titles ; on the other hand, ..."

2. The Sánkhya Aphorisms of Kapila: With Illustrative Extracts from the by Kapila, James Robert Ballantyne, Fitzedward Hall (1885)
"... since there cannot be an eternal lordship, because of the contradiction between mundaneness and the having an unobstructed will: such is the meaning. ..."

3. Creative Involution by Cora Lenore Williams (1916)
"... feel within them the immanence of a higher life are best fitted to visualise for us the fourth-dimensional reaches that lie all about our mundaneness. ..."

4. The Life of the Rev. Thomas Charles, B.A. of Bala: Promotor of Charity by David E. Jenkins (1908)
"... and Carmarthen, and his loss will be long and deeply felt in those districts.nl A brief letter—shorn of its mundaneness by Morgan—may be inserted here, ..."

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