Definition of Fadedness

1. Noun. The quality of being faded. ¹



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Definition of Fadedness

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fadedness

faddle
faddled
faddles
faddling
faddy
fade
fade away
fade in
fade out
fade to black
fade to white
fadeaway
fadeaways
faded
fadedly
fadedness (current term)
fadednesses
fadein
fadeins
fadeless
fadeometer
fadeometers
fadeout
fadeouts
fadeproof
fader
faders
fades
fadest
fadeth

Literary usage of Fadedness

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1. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1877)
"An entomologist in looking over his cabinet is able to say "from the intensity or fadedness of the colors" about what sort of a locality furnished such and ..."

2. Fine Prints by Frederick Wedmore (1910)
"In the rare, splendid Dance of Damsels— " Dance of Four Women," it ought rather to be, for in one of its little-draped figures the gravity and fadedness of ..."

3. The Sunday Magazine by Thomas Guthrie, William Garden Blaikie, Benjamin Waugh (1877)
"The other shops in the street present a uniform fadedness, and blackness of appearance, the result of the dust and ..."

4. Vagabonding Down the Andes: Being the Narrative of a Journey, Chiefly Afoot by Harry Alverson Franck (1917)
"I was bowed to an ancient couch at one side of the dismal adobe room, the secretary, in an aged overcoat of various degrees of fadedness and an enormous ..."

5. The Consolations of Science: Or, Contributions from Science to the Hope of by Jacob Straub (1888)
"On the contrary, increase of age, in a general way, would stand for increase of attainments, whereof instead of more paralysis, wrinkles, and fadedness ..."

6. Searchings in the Silence: A Series of Devotional Meditations / by George by George Matheson (1895)
"Take away the weariness, the jadedness, the fadedness, that follows the hour of struggle. Heal the shrinking of the sinew that succeeds to the angel's ..."

7. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1877)
"An entomologist in looking over his cabinet is able to say "from the intensity or fadedness of the colors" about what sort of a ..."

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