preparedness

[ pri-pair-id-nis, -paird-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF preparedness

Synonyms for preparedness

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The tragedy of preparedness has scarcely been handled, save by the Greeks.

And why should Germany, even with all her preparedness and her resources not be afraid?

His prime interest, from the point of view of preparedness, lay in the navy.

In writing, as in everything else, preparedness is all essential.

Their whole attitude was 126 one of preparedness, but for what?

But he has never been opposed to preparedness or to the use of force.

It will be a preparedness which enlists labor, by safeguarding wages and hours.

It is a preparedness which will call on the women to share the burden of citizenship.

The advocates of preparedness had been for years voices crying in the wilderness.

A billion for "preparedness," but not a penny for "pork," say we.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from prepared + -ness.

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