Definition of the noun excessiveness
What does excessiveness mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: excessivenesses
- immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits
- lexical domain: Attributes - nouns denoting attributes of people and objects
- synonyms of excessiveness: excess / inordinateness
- more generic words: immoderateness / immoderation = the quality of being excessive and lacking in moderation
- more specific words:
Alternative definition of the noun excessiveness
- The property of being excessive.
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by Barbara Nunberg
Excessiveness is a subjective quality, one for which no clear measurement methodology exists, and no standardized approach is applied throughout the Bank. In general, the wage bill is measured against one of the following: the overall ...
Algerian Sketches (2013)
by Pierre Bourdieu
Excessiveness is the fact of forgetting that the possible may not happen or, as science does, claiming to reduce by prediction the infinity of possibilities to a single one. Joseph Desparmet tells how, fifty years ago, old Algerians liked to say , with ...
by Zaid Shakir
Excessiveness is the source of much spiritual harm .
A Tale of Boxes (2009)
The Role of Myth in Creating and Changing Our Stories by Robert T. Latham
Excessiveness is an obvious and recognizable favoring of either the individual or the community over the other. It is a utilitarian employment that breaks the sustaining cycle of mutual support. It grants a greater worth to one above the other.
Under the Codes and Practice Acts, at Common Law, in Equity and in Criminal Cases
Excessiveness. — This rule is strictly applied where damages have been ...
by Henry Sweet
excessiveness, violence. -feorm wealthy, fruitful ; violent. -feormende growing violent. -ferhbf brave, impetuous. swipfram, ge- strenuous. -lice av. strenuously. swip hwaBtf very active. -hyegende of strong purpose. -lie excessive ...
Finnish-English dictionary (1916)
by Karl Vilhelm Arminen, Eetu Aaltio
abundance, exuberance, profusion, excessiveness. ylettiimyys s. immoderation, excessiveness. yletyn := u l e t u n. yleton a. immoderate, excessive. yle|vyys s. elevation; eminence; greatness, high- mindedness. -va a. elevated ...
by Gary L. Anderson, Kathryn G. Herr
Theorizations of the Other often draw on notions of infinity, God, and perfection to convey the utter excessiveness of the Other, and continental postfoundational theorizations of the Other are usually haunted by the Holocaust and driven by a ...
Volume I: Adult Clinical Applications Volume II: Child Clinical Applications Volume III: Educational Applications by Michel Hersen
Excessiveness, therefore, might not be a fundamental feature of adjunctive behavior. Excessiveness is due to the repeated elicitation of discrete, strengthened reflexive responses. The significance and existence of adjunctive behavior in ...
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Scrabble value of E1X8C3E1S1S1I1V4E1N1E1S1S1
The value of this 13-letter word is 25 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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