Definition of Jettiness

1. n. The state of being jetty; blackness.



Definition of Jettiness

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jettiness

jetstream
jetstreams
jettage
jetteau
jetteaus
jetted
jettee
jettees
jetter
jetters
jettest
jettied
jettier
jetties
jettiest
jettiness (current term)
jettinesses
jetting
jettison
jettisonable
jettisoned
jettisoning
jettisons
jetton
jettons
jetty
jettying
jetwash
jetway
jetways

Literary usage of Jettiness

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1. Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity: Delivered at the University of edited by William Henry Ruffner (1852)
"... Kurd, Armenian, and Indo-European of the fairest complexion, and the Hindoo, whose skin rivals in jettiness that of the negro. ..."

2. Modern Pigments and Their Vehicles: Their Properties and Uses Considered by Frederick Maire (1907)
"It is readily distinguishable from true lamp black in that it is by far the blacker looking black of the two, and that for jettiness, true lamp black ..."

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