Definition of Suddennesses

1. suddenness [n] - See also: suddenness



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suddennesses

sudations
sudatoria
sudatories
sudatorium
sudatoriums
sudatory
sudburyite
sudd
suddain
sudden
sudden death
sudden fiction
sudden infant death syndrome
suddenly
suddenness
suddennesses (current term)
suddens
suddenties
suddenty
suddenwoven
sudder
sudders
sudds
sudoite
sudoku
sudokuist
sudokuists
sudokus
sudor
sudoral

Literary usage of Suddennesses

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1. The Nineteenth Century (1892)
"The suddennesses of changes were only a new charm which carried the listener on. In reading, however, one was more critical, and the poems became poems only ..."

2. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1859)
"... and other suddennesses with equal adroitness, and they go as one voice. This being the case, and as one voice, or one singer, cannot both wear a hat and ..."

3. Heinrich Heine's Memoirs: From His Works, Letters, and Conversations by Heinrich Heine (1910)
"He had the same suddennesses, the same sounds as of Nature, which terrify, and shock and delight us in Shakespeare. But all his qualities are clouded by a ..."

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