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Puniness, pū′ni-nes, n. the state or quality of being puny or feeble: smallness: pettiness.
Nothing could exceed the emaciation and puniness of the little creature, and the mother was carrying it about upon a pillow.
This then was what he had come out to find, he in his puniness!
In its present puniness it was no more than a reminder of the brave stream of the springtime.
Out of his puniness and fright he challenged and menaced the whole wide world.
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A lifetime by that shore had taught them the utter puniness of the sons of men.

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