- Latin surditas. (Wiktionary)
“Should only then every stronger and livelier emotion be termed enthusiasm and ab« surdity? —”
“There is cod - surdity, and met with no success, siderable merit in this play.”
“This piece, written by the author of Hurhthrumlo,. wqs, like that, full of madness and ab - surdity, yet, like that, had in i | many strokes of wonderful ima -. nation.”
“His aunt’s voice came loudly from the garden room, surdity now having apparently been loaded upon old Mrs. Houlihan’s other misfortunes.”
“Any demand for equality which goes beyond that, of necessity passes into ab - surdity” (Anti-Dühring, in Abernethy, pp. 199-200).”
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