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A noted ancient theory makes beauty consist in the perfect suitableness of means to their end.
THE AESTHETICAL ESSAYSFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
There is a further suitableness in the title, owing to the fact that most of the contents have no claim to originality.
ROMAN MOSAICSHUGH MACMILLAN
The scheme is the perjury of Harold and its punishment, hence its suitableness as an embroidery for a church.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
A celebrated and very ancient theory makes the beautiful consist in the perfect suitableness of means to their end.
LECTURES ON THE TRUE, THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE GOODVICTOR COUSIN
Various reports were brought by whalers of its suitableness for sheep farming.
THE HISTORY OF TASMANIA, VOLUME I (OF 2)JOHN WEST
Are not "high-sounding" words too often used without reference to their suitableness?
THE WRITER, VOLUME VI, APRIL 1892.VARIOUS
He felt there was a suitableness in all this, for all these things were dear to the heart of our brother.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF FRANK G. ALLEN, MINISTER OF THE GOSPELFRANK G. ALLEN
He attributed to each particular disposition a significance or suitableness which are not now obvious.
SIGN LANGUAGE AMONG NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS COMPARED WITH THAT AMONG OTHER PEOPLES AND DEAF-MUTESGARRICK MALLERY
The superiority of the original, except in suitableness for representation, has long been acknowledged.
INTRODUCTION TO THE LITERATURE OF EUROPE IN THE FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH, AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES, VOL. 2HENRY HALLAM
We may use them in that measure of suitableness to our cases which they have.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORYBAXTER RICHARD
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO SUITABLENESS

  • appositeness
  • felicitousness
  • fitness
  • fittingness
  • suitability
  • suitableness
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