Definition of Nervousnesses

1. nervousness [n] - See also: nervousness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Nervousnesses

nervous hit
nervous indigestion
nervous lobe
nervous lobe of hypophysis
nervous part of retina
nervous prostration
nervous strain
nervous system
nervous system physiology
nervous systems
nervous tissue
nervous tunic of eyeball
nervously
nervousness
nervousnesses (current term)
nervular
nervule
nervules
nervure
nervures
nervus
nervus abducens
nervus accessorius
nervus acusticus
nervus alveolaris inferior
nervus ampullaris anterior
nervus ampullaris lateralis
nervus ampullaris posterior
nervus antebrachii anterior

Literary usage of Nervousnesses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1891)
"... they would have shown their feelings by little nervousnesses—have laughed or talked too much; after all she was only the chance acquaintance of a few ..."

2. Essays historical and theological by James Bowling Mozley (1884)
"... nervousnesses, suspicions, jealousies, imaginations, fears, and disquietudes of his own suggestion, are the complement and circumstance of one ..."

3. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1845)
"... nervousnesses, suspicions, jealousies, imaginations, fears, and disquietudes of his own suggestion, are the complement and circumstance of one ..."

4. The Musical World (1878)
"... nervousnesses on the interpreters of the Divine art. How nervousness will so often mar the best efforts of talented performers has been proved over and ..."

5. Unsoundness of Mind by Thomas Smith Clouston (1911)
"Is there any conceivable means to define the degrees in which mere ' nervousnesses' can be distinguished from the psychoses ? You would tend to brutalize or ..."

6. The Home Medical Library edited by Kenelm Winslow (1907)
"Yet, in fact, nothing so dismisses the host of little nervousnesses with which house-caged women suffer as this free life. Cares, frets, worries, and social ..."

7. Doctor and Patient by Silas Weir Mitchell (1904)
"Yet, in fact, nothing so dismisses the host of little nervousnesses with which house-caged women suffer as this free life. Cares, frets, worries, and social ..."

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