Definition of Solubleness

1. Noun. The property of being dissoluble. "He measure the dissolubility of sugar in water"

Exact synonyms: Dissolubility
Generic synonyms: Physical Property
Derivative terms: Dissoluble, Soluble



Definition of Solubleness

1. n. Quality or state of being soluble.

Definition of Solubleness

1. Noun. (dated) solubility ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Solubleness

solubilized
solubilizer
solubilizers
solubilizes
solubilizing
soluble
soluble RNA
soluble antigen
soluble gun cotton
soluble ligature
soluble soap
soluble specific substance
soluble starch
soluble tartar
solubleness (current term)
solubles
solubly
solum
solums
solunar
solus
solutal
solute
solutes
solutio
solution
solution of contiguity
solution of continuity
solution pressure

Literary usage of Solubleness

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1. George Eliot by Leslie Stephen (1902)
"Her marriage has ceased to be for her the " mystic union which is its own guarantee of indis- solubleness "; and there is no compensation " for the woman ..."

2. George Eliot by Leslie Stephen (1903)
"Her marriage has ceased to be for her the "mystic union which is its own guarantee of indis- solubleness "; and there is no compensation " for the woman who ..."

3. Romola by George Eliot (1863)
"In her marriage, the highest bond of all, she had ceased to see the mystic union which is its own guarantee of indis- solubleness, had ceased even to see ..."

4. The Shakespeare Garden by Esther Singleton (1922)
"... being dried, serving to fill sweet bags) serveth to cause solubleness of the body, made into a syrup, or preserved with sugar, moist or candied. ..."

5. Woman: In All Ages and in All Countries by Edward Bagby Pollard, Mitchell Carroll, Alfred Brittain, Pierce Butler, John Robert Effinger, Hugo Paul Thieme, Hermann Schoenfeld, Bartlett Burleigh James, John Ruse Larus (1908)
"... it an accompaniment—of the breaking-down of the ancient ideals is found in the increasing tendency to deprecate the indis- solubleness of marital bonds. ..."

6. The Theological and Literary Journal (1855)
"... external material existence, though he knows nothing of its peculiar structure, weight, solidity, solubleness, expansiveness, and many other properties, ..."

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