Definition of Deftnesses
1. deftness [n] - See also: deftness
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Literary usage of Deftnesses
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1. Herbart's ABC of Sense-perception, and Minor Pedagogical Works by Johann Friedrich Herbart (1896)
"Empirical knowledge—it would be an improvement to revive the Baconian term knowledges—and the resultant empirical deftnesses retain their importance, ..."
2. On Professional Education, with Special Reference to Medicine: An Address by Thomas Clifford Allbutt (1906)
"... the more homely but not less indispensable and even more varied abilities and deftnesses of the country doctor. The most accomplished physician is, ..."
3. Stained Glass Work: A Text-book for Students and Workers in Glass by Christopher Whall (1905)
"... but it is quite useless to attempt to describe these deftnesses of hand in words: you may use any and every method of modifying the light and shade that ..."