Definition of Nohowish

1. out of sorts [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nohowish

nogalamycin
nogg
nogged
noggen
noggin
nogging
noggings
noggins
noggs
nogo
nogoodnik
nogoodniks
nogs
noh
nohow
nohowish (current term)
noiance
noiances
noice
noight
noights
noil
noils
noily
noint
nointed
nointing
noints
noious
noir

Literary usage of Nohowish

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1. The Popular Science Monthly (1880)
"... coherent heterogeneity, through continuous differentiations and integrations.'* [Translation into plain English:] Evolution is a change from a nohowish, ..."

2. Lectures on Ten British Mathematicians of the Nineteenth Century by Alexander Macfarlane (1916)
"... definite coherent heterogeneity, through continuous differentiations and integrations." Kirkman's paraphrase is " Evolution is a change from a nohowish ..."

3. The Art of Education by Ira Woods Howerth (1912)
"... and integrations," was translated, by the mathematician Kirkman, into what he called plain English. "Evolution," he said, "is a change from a nohowish, ..."

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