Thesaurus / staleness
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For the last two or three days the colt had been off his feed, and Raffle thought he was developing symptoms of staleness.
HARD PRESSEDFRED M. WHITE
Overhead, the fans had been stepped up to counteract the effect of staleness our minds supplied.
LET'EM BREATHE SPACELESTER DEL REY
But Watson cared not for its staleness if it might promote the game.
GIDEON'S BANDGEORGE W. CABLE
Staleness of meat and fish is shown by loose and flabby flesh.
FOODS THAT WILL WIN THE WAR AND HOW TO COOK THEM (1918)C. HOUSTON GOUDISS AND ALBERTA M. GOUDISS
There is hardly any cure for staleness except complete abstention for a time.
THE HAPPY GOLFERHENRY LEACH
Soon afterwards it was obvious that the cause of the whole thing was staleness.
THE HAPPY GOLFERHENRY LEACH
A demonstration of the staleness of our bread and the absence of potatoes in the soup.
For the first time in his official career, the routine of his work wearied him with its monotony and staleness.
BANKED FIRESE. W. (ETHEL WINIFRED) SAVI
Every one knew what to expect, on both sides, and no one quite escaped from the resulting sense of staleness.
THE SOUL OF A CHILDEDWIN BJORKMAN
Kwel smell of staleness, of sourness, above all of coldness!

WORDS RELATED TO STALENESS

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