Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Flowingness; flowing quality; rhythm.
- n. Current or circulating quality; general acceptance or valuation, as of coin or paper money; currency.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The quality of being current; currency; circulation; general reception.
- n. obsolete Easiness of pronunciation; fluency.
- n. the property of belonging to the present time
- From current + -ness. (Wiktionary)
“I invite the readers of this article to post on their experience with the "currentness" of their systems POI list and perhaps we can start to get a consensus on how helpful these directories really are.”
“What company of this size has such practices and what is the NASA CIO's position in regard to such lack of functionality and currentness of this system?”
“Works published in journals lack the “currentness” of blogging and the personality.”
“Confirming the accuracy, currentness, and importance of the faults that we discern in our mentors enables us to sort out and dismiss distortions and outdated or irrelevant aspects.”
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“The Dow Jones parties do not make any warranties to readers with respect to the timeliness, sequence, accuracy, completeness, currentness, quality or fitness of the data.”
“Also the carcass weights have fallen below year-ago levels, checked by both finishing floor currentness and the impact of the tough winter season.”
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