Definition of Mundanities

1. Noun. (plural of mundanity) ¹



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Definition of Mundanities

1. mundanity [n] - See also: mundanity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mundanities

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munching
munchings
munchkin
munchkins
munchnone
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mund
mundane
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mundaneness
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mundanities (current term)
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Literary usage of Mundanities

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1. Instigations of Ezra Pound: Together with an Essay on the Chinese Written by Ezra Pound, Ernest Francisco Fenollosa (1920)
"If James had read his classics, the better Latins especially, he would not have so excessively cobwebbed, fussed, blathered, worried about minor mundanities ..."

2. The Road in Tuscany: A Commentary by Maurice Henry Hewlett (1904)
"... for he could estimate the value of the Humanities as certainly not less, and probably a good deal higher than that of the mundanities. •. ..."

3. A History of French Painting from Its Earliest to Its Latest Practice by Clara Cornelia Harrison Stranahan (1888)
"He gives importance, and with great solidity and surety of touch, to the minute accessories of dress in all its mundanities and modernities; ..."

4. Democritus in London: With the Mad Pranks and Comical Conceits of Motley and by George Daniel (1852)
"... abuse That is in such mundanities mis-use." A Fig Fortune, 1596. M "In seeking virtue if thou find poverty, be not ashamed: the fault is none of thine. ..."

5. Symbolism: Or, the Exposition of the Doctrinal Differences Between Catholics by Wilhelm Möhler, Johann Adam Möhler, James Burton Robertson (1843)
"... without violence, suddenly dissevered, nor, at once, replaced by super- mundanities. This spiritual kingdom was founded in a very carnal manner, ..."

6. Instigations of Ezra Pound: Together with an Essay on the Chinese Written by Ezra Pound, Ernest Francisco Fenollosa (1920)
"If James had read his classics, the better Latins especially, he would not have so excessively cobwebbed, fussed, blathered, worried about minor mundanities ..."

7. The Road in Tuscany: A Commentary by Maurice Henry Hewlett (1904)
"... for he could estimate the value of the Humanities as certainly not less, and probably a good deal higher than that of the mundanities. •. ..."

8. A History of French Painting from Its Earliest to Its Latest Practice by Clara Cornelia Harrison Stranahan (1888)
"He gives importance, and with great solidity and surety of touch, to the minute accessories of dress in all its mundanities and modernities; ..."

9. Democritus in London: With the Mad Pranks and Comical Conceits of Motley and by George Daniel (1852)
"... abuse That is in such mundanities mis-use." A Fig Fortune, 1596. M "In seeking virtue if thou find poverty, be not ashamed: the fault is none of thine. ..."

10. Symbolism: Or, the Exposition of the Doctrinal Differences Between Catholics by Wilhelm Möhler, Johann Adam Möhler, James Burton Robertson (1843)
"... without violence, suddenly dissevered, nor, at once, replaced by super- mundanities. This spiritual kingdom was founded in a very carnal manner, ..."

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