Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being negative, in any sense of that word.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The quality or state of being negative.
- n. characterized by habitual skepticism and a disagreeable tendency to deny or oppose or resist suggestions or commands
- n. the character of the negative electric pole
- n. an amount less than zero
“The distinctive character of Life, therefore, is that it is Positive and not Negative; and every degree of negativeness, that is, every limitation, is ultimately traceable to deficiency of Life-power.”
“With that said, if each of us who do believe would pray more and realize that HE is real and offer up thanksgivings instead of looking at all the negativeness and pointing fingers.”
“We should be appreciative for having a job but when there is a lot of negativeness in the workplace we shouldn't buy in or take the negative stuff to heart.”
“If you are a true Democrat, please consider what you are saying and help unite the Democratic party instead of spewing such negativeness.”
“But the negativeness has become so depressing I have decided to discontinue all television whether it be the news show, debates, articles, blogs or whatever.”
“I have been reading so much negativeness about WV and KY, but I refuse to believe that the people of WV and KY are that closed minded.”
“Tina said the Ouija board and the crystal ball both had said she would be queen and that only my negativeness made her slip down to princess.”
“Ignoring my negativeness she began to chant and concentrate herself.”
“I know that the political arena is a dirty field to work in and Obama has shown America one thing about itself when it comes to the political arena and that is that America does not truly want change that will cause us to have right judgment and to change the negativeness that surrounds the political field.”
“I'm inclined to see this as her way of trying to innoculate herself against the negativeness of her kithcen sink strategy.”
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