Definition of Comelinesses

1. comeliness [n] - See also: comeliness



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Comelinesses

comedogens
comedolytic
comedolytics
comedonecrosis
comedones
comedos
comedown
comedowns
comedy
comedy ballet
comedy of manners
comelier
comeliest
comelily
comeliness
comelinesses (current term)
comeling
comely
comely maidens
comelyness
comember
comembers
comen
comenic acid
comeover
comeovers
comer
comers
comes
comes about

Literary usage of Comelinesses

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1. A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church by Philip Schaff, Henry Wace (1898)
"... fathers:—for according to my times were my helps ;—and according to my sicknesses my medicines ; —and according to my comelinesses my adornments ! 22. ..."

2. Nature and the Supernatural: As Together Constituting the One System of God by Horace Bushnell (1880)
"But these comelinesses are a virtue of items, mere will-works that proceed from no seed-principle of good. Sometimes even the worldly-minded teachers of ..."

3. Nature and the supernatural, as together constituting the one system of God by Horace Bushnell (1862)
"But these comelinesses are a virtue of items, mere will-works that proceed from no seed-principle of good. ..."

4. Fifty Spiritual Homilies of St. Macarius the Egyptian by Pseudo-Macarius, Macarius (1921)
"... for whose sake they think nothing of all the beauties and comelinesses and glories and honours and wealth of kings and princes upon earth, because they ..."

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