Definition of Saneness

1. Noun. Normal or sound powers of mind.

Exact synonyms: Sanity
Generic synonyms: Mental Health
Specialized synonyms: Lucidity, Rationality, Reason, Reasonableness
Derivative terms: Sane, Sane, Sane
Antonyms: Insanity



Definition of Saneness

1. n. The state of being sane; sanity.

Definition of Saneness

1. Noun. The property of being sane. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Saneness

1. sanity [n -ES] - See also: sanity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saneness

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saneness (current term)
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sangar
sangaree

Literary usage of Saneness

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1. Denmark, Past and Present by Margaret Thomas (1902)
"CHAPTER XVII THE DANISH PEOPLE THE fundamental characteristics of the Danes are irresolution, phlegm, confidence and sanenesssaneness of mind and saneness ..."

2. John Brown, Soldier of Fortune: A Critique by Hill Peebles Wilson (1913)
"... and may stand as a chief indictment of Brown's saneness of judgment and of his reasoning powers" ; admitting however, that "as a chart for the course of ..."

3. John Brown, Soldier of Fortune: A Critique by Hill Peebles Wilson (1913)
"... and may stand as a chief indictment of Brown's saneness of judgment and of his reasoning powers" ; admitting however, that "as a chart for the course of ..."

4. A Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions by Richard Soule (1871)
"saneness, n. Sanity. Sang froid, [Fr.] Coolness, unconcern, indifference, ... saneness, soundness. Sans souci, [Fr.] Without care, with unconcern, ..."

5. Denmark, Past and Present by Margaret Thomas (1902)
"CHAPTER XVII THE DANISH PEOPLE THE fundamental characteristics of the Danes are irresolution, phlegm, confidence and sanenesssaneness of mind and saneness ..."

6. John Brown, Soldier of Fortune: A Critique by Hill Peebles Wilson (1913)
"... and may stand as a chief indictment of Brown's saneness of judgment and of his reasoning powers" ; admitting however, that "as a chart for the course of ..."

7. John Brown, Soldier of Fortune: A Critique by Hill Peebles Wilson (1913)
"... and may stand as a chief indictment of Brown's saneness of judgment and of his reasoning powers" ; admitting however, that "as a chart for the course of ..."

8. A Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions by Richard Soule (1871)
"saneness, n. Sanity. Sang froid, [Fr.] Coolness, unconcern, indifference, ... saneness, soundness. Sans souci, [Fr.] Without care, with unconcern, ..."

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