- From fell + -ness. (Wiktionary)
“But surely it sounds very strange, although it may be true enough, to say that this "fellness" is occasioned by "inner entity.”
“The damsel was right joyful thereat, albeit she misdoubted the fellness and cruelty of her father, for never yet had she seen knight that pleased her so much to love as he.”
“And it rendered his aspect not the less, but more frightful, that it seemed not to express wrath or hatred, but a certain hot fellness of purpose, which annihilated everything but itself.”
“The fellness of a gloomy hurricane but faintly resembled the discord that reigned in my mind.”
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