Thesaurus / tameness

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It had ended with a tameness that gave it an almost commonplace aspect.

The OddsEthel M. Dell

A bullfinch that belonged to a cousin must I think have reached the highest degree of tameness possible in a bird.

In a Cheshire GardenGeoffrey Egerton-Warburton

All his horses were wonders of tameness and careful and intelligent teaching.

When this bird comes, it is so unacquainted with man that its tameness is delightful to behold.

Its tameness enabled its proceedings to be closely watched, and its mode of feeding was thereby investigated.

Bible Animals;J. G. Wood

Since the shooting season closed I can't cross a field without scaring up a flock, and "their tameness is fearful to me."

In Pastures GreenPeter McArthur

Its tameness seemed a fitting symbol of the masterful strength of this new ruler of Atlantis.

The Lost ContinentC. J. Cutcliffe Hyne

But what struck me most in Joshua's domain was the quantity and the tameness of the game.

Red GauntletSir Walter Scott

It was quite true, the tameness of the four young robins sitting on our hands and knees was a proof of it.

The Land's EndW. H. Hudson

Their aptitude for tameness was another quality which aided their elevation.

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.