Definition of Excessiveness
What does Excessiveness mean?
- immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits
- synonyms of excessiveness: excess / inordinateness
- more generic words: immoderateness / immoderation = the quality of being excessive and lacking in moderation
- more specific words:
- The property of being excessive.
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Treatise for the Seekers of Guidance (2008)
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.
Public Sector Pay and Employment Reform (1988)
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 ...
The Encyclopaedia of Pleading and Practice (1901)
Under the Codes and Practice Acts, at Common Law, in Equity and in Criminal Cases by William Mark McKinney, Thomas Johnson Michie
Excessiveness. — This rule is strictly applied where damages have been ...
A Dictionary of the Bengalee Language (1827)
Abridged from D. Carey's Quarto Dictionary. Bengalee and English by William Carey
bundance, excessiveness. a. excessively joyful.
Encyclopedia of Consumer Culture (2011)
by Dale Southerton
Culture jamming is not necessarily against capitalism per se, but the consumer excessiveness it is believed to foster and for not taking into account economic externalities, such as environmental despoliation and global social inequality.
Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture (2012)
by David A. Gerstner
marked by a paradoxical celebratory and derisive relish for frivolity, aestheticism, allusiveness, heterogeneity and internationalism, and favouring indirection and double coding, narcissism and parodic excessiveness.
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Confucianism: N-Z (2005)
by Rodney Leon Taylor
Such excessiveness is described by most Neo- Confucians ...
The Ladies' Lexicon and Parlour Companion (1870)
Containing Nearly Every Word in the English Language and Exhibiting the Plurals of Nouns and the Participles of Verbs ... Adapted to the Use of ... Schools by William Grimshaw
excessiveness. EXCHANG'E. v. To give or quit one thing for the sake of gainin another; to give and take reniI'- rocally. pr. par. exchanging ; pas-, ...
Historical Encyclopedia of U.S. Independent Counsel Investigations (2000)
by Gerald S. Greenberg
The perceived excessiveness of the inquiry did much to turn public opinion against the independent counsel mechanism. Because of Whitewater, many Democrats came to view independent counsel investigations largely as political ...
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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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