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Definition of the noun seasonableness
What does seasonableness mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: seasonablenesses
- being at the right time
Alternative definition of the noun seasonableness
- The state or quality of being seasonable.
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The Churchman (1904)
Therefore, all the more welcome for its seasonableness is the Archbishop of York's address on Christian Brotherhood, some account of which will be found elsewhere. There is no attempt to connect this thoughtful appeal for Christian reunion ...
Likewise the same seasonableness is the main reason, according to the miners, for the recent tie up of the coal industry, This brings up the subject of the miners' troubles. The bituminous coal commission has met and the miners have laid on ...
2: NIB-Z by Robert Caesar Childers
PATTAKALLAM, Timeliness, seasonableness [HTHATWT + -ī). Yadi sanghassa pattakallam, if the ...
by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
l seasonableness BR 'sizn oblmes, 'siznoblnos AM 'siznobolnos, 'sizn obolnos seasonably BR 'sizn ...
by Adoniram Judson
содом Seasonableness, n. from above. Seasoning, n.
A trilingual Dictionary being a comprehensive lexicon in English, Urdú and Hindí, exhibiting the syllabication, pronunciation and etymology of English words, with their explanation in English, and in Urdú and Hindí in the Roman characters (1865)
seasonableness — Barwaqti— Kálopayuktatá, kálauchitya, ká- Tëm'pest- bêat en, o. shattered by storms — Thfín-zada, áñdhí Ы márá-hu.áh— Pawa- náhat. [nakshipt, pawanághátaprerit, vátyávegaprerit. Tém'pest-tóst, o. driven about by ...
Barclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1815)
by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.)
seasonableness. TEMPESTUOUS, a. [tempestueur,” Fr.] stormy ; disturbed by furious blasts of wind, or violent rage of passions; turbulent.
Oder Vollständiges Englisch-deutsches Wörterbuch, Anfänglich Von Nathan Bailey Herausgegeben; Jetzt Aber Fast Ganz Umgearbeitet, Vermehret und Verbessert Von Anton Ernst Klausing, ... by Nathan Bailey
Seasonableness, temspropre, opportunitas, A Sécond, um second, subsidium, ein Se Seasonably, propos, tempestive, zurechter, Sécond, secundus, andere, zwevte; Secon Seat, ville capitale, metropolis, der Sitz, To Sécond, seconder, ...
Under the Codes and Practice Acts, at Common Law, in Equity and in Criminal Cases
Seasonableness of Application. — Application for a special venire should be made so early that the jury can be summoned and be ready to be im paneled when the cause is called for trial. Rose v. St. Charles. 49 Mo. 509. Discretion of Court.
Seasonableness; state of being timely. TlMEi/r, time'-fe, a. Seasonable ; being in good time ; sufficiently early ; keeping measure, time, or tune. (Obsolete in the last sense.) ...
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