Definition of Spiritedness

1. Noun. Quality of being active or spirited or alive and vigorous.




Definition of Spiritedness

1. Noun. The property of being spirited, of having spirit. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Spiritedness

1. [n -ES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Spiritedness

spirit of salt
spirit of the law
spirit of turpentine
spirit of wine
spirit off
spirit rapper
spirit rapping
spirit stove
spirit thermometer
spirit up
spirit world
spiritally
spirited
spirited away
spiritedly
spiritedness (current term)
spiritednesses
spiritful
spiriting
spiriting away
spiritings
spiritise
spiritism
spiritisms
spiritist
spiritistic
spiritists
spiritize
spiritless
spiritlessly

Literary usage of Spiritedness

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

1. The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography: Being the History of the (1898)
"He also inherited the quality of public- spiritedness, adding greatly to the endowment of the Astor Library in successive gifts, and by his will devising to ..."

2. Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and by William Richard Cutter (1908)
"In the meantime he had erected a large number of dwelling houses, and as an evidence of his public spiritedness and unselfish interest in city where he ..."

3. Epitaphs from the Old Burying-ground in Cambridge by William Thaddeus Harris (1845)
"... self-denial, and of a compassionate and tender heart; surpassing in public spiritedness; a mighty man in prayer, and eminent at standing in the gap; ..."

4. Balance the Fundamental Verity by Orlando Jay Smith (1904)
"... Development and Conclusion, as Seed Time, Growth and Harvest — Tyranny is an Antidote for Mean spiritedness, and Courage is the Antidote for Tyranny ..."

5. Balance the Fundamental Verity by Orlando Jay Smith (1904)
"... Development and Conclusion, as Seed Time, Growth and Harvest — Tyranny is an Antidote for Mean spiritedness, and Courage is the Antidote for Tyranny ..."

6. Balance the Fundamental Verity by Orlando Jay Smith (1904)
"... Development and Conclusion, as Seed Time, Growth and Harvest — Tyranny is an Antidote for Mean spiritedness, and Courage is the Antidote for Tyranny ..."

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