Definition of Partialness

1. Noun. The state of being only a part; not total; incomplete.

Generic synonyms: Incompleteness, Rawness
Derivative terms: Partial



Definition of Partialness

1. Noun. The condition of being partial; partiality ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Partialness

partialisms
partialist
partialists
partialities
partiality
partialize
partialized
partializes
partializing
partially
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partially ordered
partially ordered set
partially ordered sets
partialness (current term)
partials
partibilities
partibility
partible
participable
participant
participant role
participantly
participants
participate
participated
participates
participating
participation

Literary usage of Partialness

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1. Idola Theatri: A Criticism of Oxford Thought and Thinkers from the by Henry Cecil Sturt (1906)
"... of attacks upon its validity: knowledge is indicted both for its partialness and for what Mr. Bradley calls its separation of content from existence. ..."

2. The Meaning of Social Science by Albion Woodbury Small (1910)
"We want to insure not merely the checking up and the checking off of one observer's partialness by that of many others, but we want to insure as far as ..."

3. The Meaning of Social Science by Albion Woodbury Small (1910)
"We want to insure not merely the checking up and the checking off of one observer's partialness by that of many others, but we want to insure as far as ..."

4. Sermons by Henry Ward Beecher (1864)
"The partialness of Christian knowledge is the subject of this discourse. I enter upon it in the hope of relieving many who are in trouble on the question of ..."

5. Exploratio Philosophica by John Grote (1900)
"... prohibits all attempt to enlarge our knowledge in this higher region: the recognition of partialness encourages it. ..."

6. Windings of the River of the Water of Life: In the Development, Discipline by George Barrell Cheever (1849)
"The partialness of the evidence is the very result of God's mercy, ... Therefore, to make the partialness of this evidence a reason for denying it, ..."

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