Definition of Obviousnesses
1. obviousness [n] - See also: obviousness
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Literary usage of Obviousnesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1916)
"Mrs. Miller, I suppose, wanted to take a little vacation from the grinding task of proving that women were people, and other such obviousnesses; at any rate ..."
2. The Other Americans: The Cities, the Countries, and Especially the People of by Arthur Brown Ruhl (1908)
"In short, it is a city, with a city's material obviousnesses. Without gaping at these in detail, it is perhaps sufficient to say that, if the journey down ..."
3. Hellas and Hesperia: Or, The Vitality of Greek Studies in America ; Three by Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve (1909)
"It is the physical beauty of Greek that constitutes its intimate attraction, that redeems, for instance, the tedious obviousnesses of the old man eloquent, ..."
4. The Void of War: Letters from Three Fronts by Reginald John Farrer (1918)
"... behind into the vast mechanism of the real thing until I came up here into a quieter scene, undistracted by the obviousnesses of peaks and precipices. ..."