soundness

[ sound ]SEE DEFINITION OF soundness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOUNDNESS

The experience of every day only proves the truth and soundness of your views.

It had sunk into the heavy slumber of weariness, the soundness of peasants' sleep.

Hippias and Prodicus, as well as Protagoras, admit the soundness of the conclusion.

For soundness of foot a thick horn is far better than a thin.

The matter was to be settled not by force but by weight of numbers and soundness of title.

Soundness of thought in regard to one group of them leads to soundness of thought about the others.

Dolly nodded to show her detached appreciation of the soundness of this point.

Leaving such a stump endangers the soundness of the whole tree.

The war was the crucial test of the soundness of his financial policy.

The corrupt man has no soundness, no solidity, no unity in his life.

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