Definition of Longheadedness

1. [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Longheadedness

longevities
longevity
longevous
longfin
longfin mako
longfins
longhair
longhaired
longhairs
longhand
longhands
longhauling
longhead
longheaded
longheaded thimbleweed
longheadedness (current term)
longheads
longheld
longhorn
longhorn beetle
longhorn beetles
longhorns
longhouse
longhouses
longicorn
longicorn beetle
longicornia
longicorns
longies
longilateral

Literary usage of Longheadedness

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1. A History and Some Records of the Volunteer Movement in Bury, Heywood by T. H. Hayhurst (1887)
"He had their longheadedness, however ; or perhaps it would be more strictly chronological to say they had his longheadedness. ..."

2. A History and Some Records of the Volunteer Movement in Bury, Heywood by T. H. Hayhurst (1887)
"He had their longheadedness, however ; or perhaps it would be more strictly chronological to say they had his longheadedness. ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1870)
"He had counted on a certain homage to, his “longheadedness “—not intimacy, which might come later. But he would have liked consolation—eg, ..."

4. European Police Systems by Raymond Blaine Fosdick (1915)
"The neophyte detective is perhaps 27 or 28 years old. He is developing a certain shrewdness and longheadedness in his work ..."

5. Report of the Annual Meeting (1904)
"The result of the investigations is, then, to show that in this early Cretan population longheadedness is quite predominant : of forty-six male crania ..."

6. Selections from the Prose Writings of John Henry, Cardinal Newman by John Henry Newman (1895)
"... into a dry, unamiable longheadedness ;—if by good society, into a polished outside, with hollowness within, in which vice has lost its grossness, ..."

7. Materials for the Physical Anthropology of the Eastern European Jews by Maurice Fishberg (1907)
"long-headed humanity.1 How far the longheadedness of the Jewish immigrants to the United States as compared with the Jews in eastern Europe is due to the ..."

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