Definitions

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  • n. The quality of being faded.

Etymologies

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faded +‎ -ness

Examples

  •  I fell over backward into the Okatoma and watched the cow walk back to shore, to her hole, my vision a fadedness, white sparks shooting across everything.

    Meridian (excerpt)

  • I fell over backward into the Okatoma and watched the cow walk back to shore, to her hole, my vision a fadedness, white sparks shooting across everything.

    Meridian (excerpt)

  • For example, if the prosecution had relied on the fadedness to explain a lack of fingerprints, it would affect the weight we'd give to the paper.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • And yet what is the evidentiary significance the fadedness of the paper?

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • And along the whole length of it on either side, up to the height of the small round arched windows placed high up in the wall, were ranges of shelves occupied by many hundreds of volumes, all of the same size, and all bound alike in parchment, with two red bands of Russian leather running across the backs of them, and all lettered and dated in black ink, of gradually shaded degrees of fadedness.

    A Siren

  • Fortunately, we NFL / Sears bedsheet that I scored in an upstate Salvo led Scott Mason fadedness enhances the nostalgic effect, and I really like how the logos overlap.

    Uni Watch

  • That exquisite last flush of her fadedness could only remain with him; yet while he presently stopped at a street-corner in a district redeemed from desolation but by the passage just then of a choked trolley-car that howled, as he paused for it, beneath the weight of its human accretions, he seemed to know the inward "sinking" that had been determined in a hungry man by some extravagant sight of the preparation of somebody else's dinner.

    The Finer Grain

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