Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as acceptability.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The quality of being acceptable, or suitable to be favorably received; acceptability.
- n. satisfactoriness by virtue of conforming to approved standards
- acceptable + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Years will go by performing these “treatments,” thereby desensitizing us all to their acceptableness.”
“In endeavouring to convey to the unelect an impression of their variety and acceptableness, am I not but discharging a debt of gratitude?”
“Neither the profession of any articles of faith, nor the conformity to any outward form of worship (as has been already said), can be available to the salvation of souls, unless the truth of the one and the acceptableness of the other unto God be thoroughly believed by those that so profess and practise.”
“If the perspiration has a disagreeable odor, no effort should be spared to free oneself from what is a serious drawback to the acceptableness of a nurse.”
“Can any one possessed of the requisite information give him hope of the acceptableness of such a publication?”
“Chintamani, the bringer of good, who by the number and variety and acceptableness of his gifts shall attain, without further trials, to the paradise of Indra: _Asirvadam_!”
“Messias by a mechanical theory of retribution and doubting his sinlessness and acceptableness to God because of his outward sorrows.”
“As has been said, the value of a blessing given by a private person in his own name will be commensurate with his acceptableness before God by reason of his individual merits and sanctity.”
“Before the sounding of the seven trumpets, the acceptableness of the prayers of the saints is represented by an angel offering incense "upon the golden altar which was before the throne.”
“His sunny smile spread their gracious acceptableness before her.”
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