tameness[ teym ]SEE DEFINITION OF tameness
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAMENESS
This tameness is not in keeping with the rest of his character.
I was impressed anew with the tameness of the Concord landscape.
Could anything change the leopard West into the tameness and serenity of the ox?
There is great stiffness and tameness in the matter in many places.
But what struck me most in Joshua's domain was the quantity and the tameness of the game.
The tameness of the bulls is referred to in the proverb “As mild as a Gangeddu.”
Their tameness, like that of the “fowl and the brute,” is shocking to see.
They scoffed at the tameness with which their insolence was endured.
As for Patrick's bird, he bought him for his tameness, and is grown the wildest I ever saw.
But much has been done by art to improve the tameness of nature.