Definition of Aliveness

1. Noun. The condition of living or the state of being alive. "Life depends on many chemical and physical processes"

Exact synonyms: Animation, Life, Living
Generic synonyms: Being, Beingness, Existence
Specialized synonyms: Eternal Life, Life Eternal, Skin, Endurance, Survival
Attributes: Alive, Live, Dead
Derivative terms: Alive, Alive, Alive, Lifer, Live



2. Noun. The property of being animated; having animal life as distinguished from plant life.
Exact synonyms: Animateness, Liveness
Generic synonyms: Physiological Property
Specialized synonyms: Animation, Vitality, Sentience
Attributes: Animate, Inanimate, Non-living, Nonliving
Derivative terms: Alive, Alive, Alive, Animate, Animate, Live
Antonyms: Inanimateness

Definition of Aliveness

1. Noun. The state of being alive; exuberance, intensity. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Aliveness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aliveness

aliter
aliteracies
aliteracy
aliterate
aliterate person
aliterates
alitretinoin
alitrunk
alitrunks
aliturgical
aliue
aliunde
alive
alive(p)
alive and kicking
aliveness (current term)
alivenesses
aliya
aliyah
aliyahs
aliyas
aliyos
aliyot
aliyoth
alizapride
alizari
alizarin
alizarin carmine
alizarin crimson
alizarin cyanin

Literary usage of Aliveness

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1. How to Stay Young by Christian Daa Larson (1908)
"is indispensable to the perpetual aliveness of mind. The mind that is constantly full of joy is always alive, and the mind that is always alive will always ..."

2. The Religions of Mankind by Edmund Davison Soper (1921)
"What Professor Marett feels is that to primitive man nature was characterized by a kind of aliveness just as he was conscious of a certain aliveness in ..."

3. Environmental Theology by Richard Cartwright Austin (1990)
"All species, and even natural relationships and processes of change, exhibit some characteristics of aliveness and therefore have some value. ..."

4. An Introduction to a biology and other papers by Arthur Dukinfield Darbishire (1917)
"But there is no difference in the matter of aliveness between the lime and the iron ; both are of lifeless matter moulded to suit the purpose of the ..."

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