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How to use jejuneness in a sentence

Its very simplicity excites suspicion; its apparent jejuneness suggest all sorts of mysterious and malignant designs.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
He was far more of a scientific musician than Gluck, and his scores have nothing of his master's jejuneness.
THE OPERAR.A. STREATFEILD
And of all these things the insipidity and jejuneness of youth perforce know nothing.
ATLANTIC CLASSICS, SECOND SERIESHENRY C. MERWIN
If a reader new to the classics opened Thucydides, his first impression would probably be one of jejuneness, of baldness.
THE LEGACY OF GREECEVARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO JEJUNENESS

  • adolescence
  • awkward age
  • bloom
  • boyhood
  • childhood
  • girlhood
  • greenness
  • ignorance
  • immaturity
  • inexperience
  • innocence
  • jejuneness
  • jejunity
  • juvenescence
  • minority
  • prime
  • puberty
  • salad days
  • springtide
  • springtime of life
  • teens
  • tender age
  • youngness
  • youthfulness
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