Thesaurus / wanness
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His face was dirty with tears, his eyes had a curious washed look, like the sky after rain, a sort of wanness.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
About his large bright eyes that used to be so merry there was a wanness and a restlessness that changed them altogether.
BLEAK HOUSECHARLES DICKENS
Since that little cloud was dispelled all the temporary waste and wanness have vanished.
SHIRLEYCHARLOTTE BRONT
She had been once eminently handsome, and but for the wanness and hollowness of her face, would have appeared so still.
“Our chauffeur,” said Cynthia, and a glint of fun showed through the wanness of her cheeks.
Good-bye, he said, taking Felicias hand; his eyes lingered on her pallor, her wanness.
PATHS OF JUDGEMENTANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Miss Arden, looking back at her, noted how each day was helping to remove the pallor and wanness from that face.
RED PEPPER'S PATIENTSGRACE S. RICHMOND
It was the last phase, the feebleness, the wanness, the inertia!
THE BLIND SPOTAUSTIN HALL
There was a wanness, a heaviness of aspect, that made him look ten years older.
LOVER OR FRIENDROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
She had taken off her high, close neckwear, and the wanness of her throat showed above a collarless shirt-waist.

WORDS RELATED TO WANNESS

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