Definition of Severality

1. n. Each particular taken singly; distinction.



Definition of Severality

1. Noun. The state or property of being several. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Severality

seventyish
seventysomething
sever
severabilities
severability
severable
severable contract
several
several(a)
several(p)
several states
severalfold
severalise
severalities
severality (current term)
severalize
severalized
severalizes
severalizing
severall
severally
severals
severalties
severalty
severance
severance agreement
severance pay
severance payment
severance tax

Literary usage of Severality

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1. The Philosophy of Physics: Or, Process of Creative Development by which the by Andrew Brown (1854)
"Nor would the severality of such primary conditions be at all recon- ... are the essence of severality. They could not have been * * " originated by physics ..."

2. Creator and Creation: Or, The Knowledge in the Reason of God and His Work by Laurens Perseus Hickok (1872)
"The agency must be several, and the products must have their severality; and yet the agency must also be joint as well as several, ..."

3. The Alternative: A Study in Psychology by Edmund R. Clay (1882)
"AN idea of a Kind may symbolise the kind as a whole, or as a sum of the parts,—in the one case veiling the severality and enhancing the aspect of unity, ..."

4. The Alternative: A Study in Psychology by Edmund R. Clay (1882)
"AN idea of a Kind may symbolise the kind as a whole, or as a sum of the parts,—in the one case veiling the severality and enhancing the aspect of unity, ..."

5. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson (1904)
"If the society has formed no rules for the appropriation of its lands in severality, it will be taken by the first occupants, and these will generally be ..."

6. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association of the United States (1903)
"If the society has formed no rules for the appropriation of its lands in severality, it will be taken by the first occupants, and these will generally be ..."

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