precipitateness

[ verb pri-sip-i-teyt; adjective, noun pri-sip-i-tit, -teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF precipitateness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRECIPITATENESS

It was to this that Zen had referred in speaking of Transley's precipitateness.

She had found him cursing, had kept him at bay, and he had already had evidence of the danger of precipitateness in her case.

The pathetic sight makes one feel the precipitateness of the flight, the despair, the panic!

There would be no excuse; she could never again plead that she had been the victim of Transley's precipitateness.

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