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Definition of the noun validness
What does validness mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: validnesses
- the quality of having legal force or effectiveness
Alternative definition of the noun validness
- the state of being valid
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A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
VALIDNEss, n. -nés, validity. VALIDITY, n. vii-lud'-ti, soundness; legal strength or force; in OE, strength; value. VALIDATE, v. völ 1-dāt, to make valid or sound; to acknowledge as true.—SYN. of valid': available; efficacious; good; weighty; just; ...
In which Blank Lines Opposite All the Words in the English Language are Provided, for ... Writers of All Systems of Shorthand to Put on Record ... The Peculiar Word-forms They Employ by Elias Longley
Validly _ Validness _ Valise _ Vullation) Valley ) Valonia _ Valor j ...
Exhibiting the Correct and Actual Shorthand Forms for All the Useful Words of the English Language, about Fifty Thousand in Number, And, in Addition, Many Foreign Terms by Elias Longley
Validly Validness Valise Vail at ion) Valley ) Valonia Valor ...
The Spelling Dictionary: Or, a Collection of All the Common Words and Proper Names of Persons and Places, Made Use of in Yhe English Tongue. ... By Thomas Dyche, .. (1737)
by Thomas Dyche
vaIErian vipid valet-de-chimbre vfiporary valetudinarian vaporous valetudinary vaporation valiant * vaporiferory viiliantly viipour valiantness vapouring valid variable validness variably validity variableness vallance variance vallens viriant ...
by Paul Zollo
validness valorous valueless valveless vapidness vaporishness vaporous vaporousness variableness various variousness vastness Vegas venalness vengefulness Venice venomous venous venturous venturousness venus veracious ...
Abridged for the Use of Schools : Containing a Compendium of the Principles of English Pronunciation with Proper Names that Occur in the Sacred Scriptures : to which is Likewise Added, a Selection of Geographical Proper Names and Derivatives by John Walker
strength, vigour, might; violetice; efficacy; validness; armament, warlike preparation ...
by Thomas Sheridan
Strength, vigour, night ; violence ; virtue, efficacy ; validness, power of law ; armament, warlike preparation ; destiny, necessity, fatal compulsion.
to which is prefixed, a Grammar of the English Language by Samuel Johnson
Validness ; power of ïaw. Denbam. 5. Armament ; warlike préparation. Waller. 6. Destiny ; necelfity ; fatal compulsion. To FORCE, v. a. [from the noun.] 1. To compèl ; to constrain. Sivìst, 2. To overpower by sirength. Milton. 3. Toimpel; to press.
Slang, a Dictionary of the Turf, the Ring, the Chase, the Pit, of Bon-Ton, and the Varieties of Life (1823)
Forming the Completest and Most Authentic Lexicon Balatronicum Hitherto Offered to the Notice of the Sporting World, for Elucidating Words and Phrases that are Necessarily, Or Purposely, Cramp, Mutative, and Unintelligible, Outside Their Respective Spheres : Interspersed with Anecdotes and Whimsies, with Tart Quotations, and Rum-ones, with Examples, Proofs, and Monitory Precepts, Useful and Proper for Novices, Flats, and Yokels by John Badcock
A few exceptions will be found, however, wherein this rule no-rule is departed from, without weakening its validness; for, it would be most absurd to say to a man who sets out in life, or in book-making, upon a wrong plan, “Don't alter,” as some ...
Strength exerted ; vigor ; might ; violence : — virtue ; efficacy ; validness : — armament ; military preparation ; army. Force, v. a. To compel ,- to ...
A dictionary of the English language. Abstracted from the folio ed., by the author. To which is prefixed, A grammar of the English language (1792)
by Samuel Johnson
Validness ; power of law. Denbam. 5. Armament ; warlike preparation Waller. 6. Destiny ; necellity ; tatal compulsion. lo FORCE, v. a. [from the noun. J 1. To compel ; to constrain. Swift'. 2. To overpower by strength. Milton. 3. To impel ; to press.
by Thomas Sheridan
Strength, vigour, might; violence; virtue, efficacy; validness, power of law; armament, warlike preparation ; destiny, necessity, fatal compulsion.
Sportman's Slang; a New Dictionary of Terms Used in the Affairs of the Turf, the Ring, the Chase and the Cock-pit; with Those of Bon-ton and the Varieties of Life (etc.) (1825)
by John Bee
A few exceptions will be found, however, wherein this rule no-rule is departed from, without weakening its validness; for, ...
Abridged for the Use of Schools : Containing a Compendium of the Principles of English Pronunciation with the Proper Names ... by John Walker
strength, vigour, might; violence; efficacy; validness: armament, warlike preparation; ...
In which Not Only the Meaning of Every Word is Explained and the Sound of Every Syllable Distinctly Shown, But, where Words are Subject to Different Pronunciations ... by John Walker
strength, vigour, might; violence ; efficacy ; validness; arinament, warlike preparation ; destiny, fatal coldpulsion Force, förse.
Peculiarly Calculated for the Use and Improvement of Such as are Unacquainted with the Learned Languages. ... Originally Begun by the Reverend Thomas Dyche, ... by Thomas Dyche, William Pardon
compulsion, constraint, violence, power, might, strength, efficacy, validness, armament, destiny. FORCE (V.) to compel, to constrain, to overpower by strength, to drive by violence, to gain by power, to storm, to ravish, to constrain; ...
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Scrabble value of V4A1L1I1D2N1E1S1S1
The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine