Definition of Sterlingness

1. [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sterlingness

sterilizer
sterilizers
sterilizes
sterilizing
sterino
sterinos
sterlet
sterlets
sterling
sterling(a)
sterling area
sterling bloc
sterling silver
sterlinghillite
sterlingly
sterlingness (current term)
sterlingnesses
sterlings
stern
stern chaser
stern chasers
sterna
sternage
sternages
sternal
sternally
sternbergite
sterncastle
sterncastles
sterndrive

Literary usage of Sterlingness

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1. The Life of Schiller by Heinrich Düntzer, Percy Pinkerton (1883)
"There is a high sincerity, a sterlingness in his nature, and the loftiest zeal for the right and good" Even on Goethe's connection with the two Schlegels he ..."

2. The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and by Andrew Kippis, William Godwin, George Robinson (1821)
"The style has not that old fashioned simplicity and sterlingness, or that raciness, which, springing from an intellect and feeling purely British, ..."

3. The Irish Quarterly Review (1853)
"... in worldly position, and at the sterlingness of the dignity with which he held, and continued to hold, his place in the * Lockhart's Life of Scott, p. ..."

4. The Irish Quarterly Review (1853)
"... in worldly position, and at the sterlingness of the dignity *ith which he held, and continued to hold, his place in the • Lockhart's Life of Scott, p. ..."

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