Definitions

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  • noun The quality or state of being Hungarian.

Etymologies

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Hungarian +‎ -ness

Examples

  • Of course, even if we do insist that the book is somehow moralizing, how about this interpretation instead: it was published in 1942, at a time when a desire to recapture lost Hungarianness, both spiritually and geographically, had led the country to an uneasy alliance with Nazi Germany.

    INTERVIEWS OF NOTE

  • Of course, even if we do insist that the book is somehow moralizing, how about this interpretation instead: it was published in 1942, at a time when a desire to recapture lost Hungarianness, both spiritually and geographically, had led the country to an uneasy alliance with Nazi Germany.

    The Elegant Variation:

  • And I should point out that the fact of Shelia Heti's Hungarianness has little to do with my affection for Ticknor.

    The Elegant Variation:

  • And I should point out that the fact of Shelia Heti's Hungarianness has little to do with my affection for Ticknor.

    FIFTY YEARS LATER

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