Definition of Dimnesses

1. Noun. (plural of dimness) ¹



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Definition of Dimnesses

1. dimness [n] - See also: dimness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dimnesses

dimities
dimity
dimly
dimmable
dimmed
dimmer
dimmer switch
dimmer switches
dimmers
dimmest
dimming
dimmings
dimmish
dimmy
dimness
dimnesses (current term)
dimolecular
dimorph
dimorphic
dimorphic anaemia
dimorphisms
dimorphite
dimorpholamine
dimorphotheca
dimorphous leprosy
dimorphs
dimout
dimouts

Literary usage of Dimnesses

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1. Views and Reviews by Henry James, Le Roy Phillips (1908)
"they have let him off, the dimnesses too often encompass him. But for Mr. Kipling there are no dimnesses anywhere, and if the ladies are indeed violently ..."

2. Dramatic Values by Charles Edward Montague (1911)
"... of morning to where the cricket sings, the extreme of pedagogic explicitness and the extreme of elusive withdrawal into twilight dimnesses of meaning. ..."

3. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1880)
"Thus the brilliant interior where the children were dancing was thrown up by two dimnesses; the girls in their light frocks, the bright faces and curls, ..."

4. Great Companions by Edith Wyatt (1917)
""Surge, surge, surge, close on the wave comes the wave behind." The whole buoyancy and brave forward motion of life pours through the dimnesses and daily ..."

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