Definition of Torridities

1. torridity [n] - See also: torridity



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Torridities

torrent
torrented
torrential
torrentially
torrenting
torrents
torrentuous
torret
torrets
torreyite
torricellian
torrid zone
torrider
torridest
torridities (current term)
torridity
torridly
torridness
torridnesses
torrified
torrifies
torrify
torrifying
torril
torrils
torrock
torrocks
torroid
torrs

Literary usage of Torridities

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1. Early Letters of George Wm. Curtis to John S. Dwight by George William Curtis (1898)
"... thin shades can have little in common with these perspiration - compelling torridities. Why does not some ingenious Yankee improve such times for the ..."

2. Memoirs of My Dead Life by George Moore (1920)
"... breakfast through the white torridities of Rue Blanche seeing the back of the coachman growing drowsier: it would have rounded off into sleep long ago, ..."

3. The Collected Works of George Moore by George Moore (1920)
"... to-day I drive to breakfast through the white torridities of Rue Blanche, seeing the back of the coachman growing drowsier: it would have rounded off ..."

4. The Friendly Craft: A Collection of American Letters by Elizabeth Deering Hanscom (1908)
"... shades can have little in common with these perspiration-compelling torridities. Why does not some ingenious Yankee improve such times for the purchase, ..."

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