motherliness

[ muhth-er-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF motherliness

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There was a touch of motherliness in her voice as she spoke.

But the motherliness which is in every true woman's heart, warded off this danger.

Her face was sweet with motherliness, but drawn with sorrow and exhaustion.

There was a touch of motherliness in her feelings towards him.

He had attributed this propensity to a simple womanly talent for motherliness.

In all this story we see that the most striking characteristic of Demeter is her motherliness.

She bears herself with a pretty air of motherliness toward her brothers.

And she's kind—like a woman, only kinder; a sort of motherliness about her.

The mother does not extend her motherliness to the destroyer of her family.

But he hadn't the faintest idea of the fount of Liosha's motherliness.

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