barrenness

[ bar-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF barrenness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BARRENNESS

The barrenness of the Causses arises, as will be seen, from natural causes.

Nature seemed to try to conceal the barrenness of the spot with beauty.

Directly ahead was a land of desolation, radiant in its barrenness.

We are struck with the aspect of barrenness caused by the absence of vegetation.

You will love it through all its barrenness, and never part with it.

Then upon the earth did there come dearth and drought and barrenness.

Whatever may be our experience of failure and barrenness, He is never defeated.

My love of good is damned to barrenness; it may, and let it be!

Not a solitary vestige of anything green was there to enliven the barrenness.

The house was barrenness itself—no shades, no curtains, no decorations of any kind.

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