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And nothing short of this consciousness of Perfect Wholeness can satisfy us.
THE HIDDEN POWERTHOMAS TROWARD
This wholeness, this finish which does not hurt the harmony of the proportions, is a precious quality, very rare in our time.
CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN NOVELISTSSERGE PERSKY
Not another word in that direction as you value the wholeness of your skin.
THE LIFE OF A CELEBRATED BUCCANEERRICHARD CLYNTON
Being complementary means that each supplies what is wanting in the other, and that the two together thus make complete wholeness.
THE CREATIVE PROCESS IN THE INDIVIDUALTHOMAS TROWARD
Think of the four last gifts of Frœbel in their wholeness of form, as cubes.
EDUCATION IN THE HOME, THE KINDERGARTEN, AND THE PRIMARY SCHOOLELIZABETH P. PEABODY
Wholeness and steadiness of vision––few are the men who, like Sophocles, have possessed them both.
A MANUAL OF THE ART OF FICTIONCLAYTON HAMILTON
Significance proceeds out of wholeness or unity of impression; and unity is made possible by design.
THE GATE OF APPRECIATIONCARLETON NOYES
The disciples, being smaller men, are not able to grasp the great man's thought in its wholeness and many-sidedness.
A CRITICAL HISTORY OF GREEK PHILOSOPHYW. T. STACE
Singly, the one part or the other may remain as of old, but the wholeness of the two has but one chance of life.
CASA BRACCIO, VOLUMES 1 AND 2 (OF 2)F. MARION CRAWFORD
Somewhere within the wholeness of the tree lies the very self, the quick: its own innate Holy Ghost.
AARON'S RODD. H. LAWRENCE
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WORDS RELATED TO WHOLENESS

  • circularity
  • completeness
  • oneness
  • rotundity
  • sphericity
  • wholeness
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