concreteness

[ kon-kreet, kong-, kon-kreet, kong- for 1–10, 13–15; kon-kreet, kong- for 11, 12 ]SEE DEFINITION OF concreteness
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One secure advantage he possesses in the concreteness of his subject-matter.

Poetry strives after concreteness and vividness of expression.

As the interpretation is in the realm of the sensibilities, so do I aim not directly at concreteness.

Well, that thing has assumed, all of a sudden, a concreteness as welcome as it is unexpected.

This humanist doctrine of the concreteness of the real is important.

He must describe all these to give his narrative verisimilitude and concreteness.

Both art and religion, we have seen, possess an immediacy and concreteness which philosophy lacks.

He has a woman's subtlety of insight, a child's concreteness of imagination.

It may be, however, that concreteness as radical as ours is not so obvious.

The elasticity, the concreteness, of your temperament fertilised the too-brooding introspectiveness of my own.

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