Definition of Saplessness

1. Noun. The state or condition of being sapless. ¹



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Definition of Saplessness

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saplessness

sapiencies
sapiency
sapienization
sapiens
sapient
sapiential
sapiential book
sapientially
sapientious
sapientize
sapiently
sapients
sapindaceous
sapindus
sapless
saplessness (current term)
saplessnesses
saplike
sapling
saplings
sapo-
sapodilla
sapodilla family
sapodilla plum
sapodilla tree
sapodillas
sapogenin
sapogenins
sapon-
saponaceous

Literary usage of Saplessness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"The dryness of this work and its poverty of thought are outdone only by the absurdity of its etymologies. Another work, kin in its saplessness, ..."

2. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1911)
"The dryness of this work and its poverty of thought are outdone only by the absurdity of its etymologies. Another work, kin in its saplessness, ..."

3. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"... its poverty of thought are outdone only by the absurdity of its etymologies. Another work, kin in its saplessness, ..."

4. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"The dryness of this work and its poverty of thought are outdone only by the absurdity of its etymologies. Another work, kin in its saplessness, ..."

5. Lectures on Art by Hippolyte Taine (1889)
"... an accent, a sonorousness, an emphasis perfectly admirable, whereof the saplessness of the same French words is powerless to render the effect. ..."

6. The Stones of Venice by John Ruskin (1885)
"The good in it, tho life of it, the veracity and liberty of it, such as it has, are Protestantism in its heart; the rigidity and saplessness are the ..."

7. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1851)
"The good in it, the life of it, the merits and belief of it, such as it has, are Protestantism in its heart ; the rigidity and saplessness are the Romanism ..."

8. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"The dryness of this work and its poverty of thought are outdone only by the absurdity of its etymologies. Another work, kin in its saplessness, ..."

9. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1911)
"The dryness of this work and its poverty of thought are outdone only by the absurdity of its etymologies. Another work, kin in its saplessness, ..."

10. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"... its poverty of thought are outdone only by the absurdity of its etymologies. Another work, kin in its saplessness, ..."

11. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"The dryness of this work and its poverty of thought are outdone only by the absurdity of its etymologies. Another work, kin in its saplessness, ..."

12. Lectures on Art by Hippolyte Taine (1889)
"... an accent, a sonorousness, an emphasis perfectly admirable, whereof the saplessness of the same French words is powerless to render the effect. ..."

13. The Stones of Venice by John Ruskin (1885)
"The good in it, tho life of it, the veracity and liberty of it, such as it has, are Protestantism in its heart; the rigidity and saplessness are the ..."

14. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1851)
"The good in it, the life of it, the merits and belief of it, such as it has, are Protestantism in its heart ; the rigidity and saplessness are the Romanism ..."

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