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- n. The quality of being dense, especially in the sense of limited mental capacity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being dense; density.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being dense; condition as to density.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being mentally slow and limited
- n. the spatial property of being crowded together
- n. the amount per unit size
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There were the melamine dishes, often used for camping and very similar in denseness to the bakelite of old.
I am astonished at the denseness and negativity of your really senseless response.
Bones for the Pudding Bobbin chair, $1,975, hollywoodathome.com To lighten up the upholstery's denseness — or "puddingness," as Mr. Dunham calls it — he introduced the wooden and rush furniture.
It is curling sandwiches and things on sticks, scotch eggs the colour of David Dickinson outside and the mouth-gumming denseness of Sarah Palin within.
I like that denseness, of color, feel that you can get out of that.
Still, I dawdled until eventually, frustrated by my denseness he blurted, "Dude, it's like TED... on steroids!"
De Luca has stated that she is influenced by her adopted home of Los Angeles and you can see this in the vivid sunset colors and in the murky and clouded denseness that fills up the plane from horizon to ocean to shore.
Ellen - You could try it, but your comment makes me think that I overstated the denseness of this cake.
Enemy with double shoot fire of denseness attacking his units!
We also understand the arrogance and perhaps the denseness of those who think this is clever.