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  • n. A tendency to flow; fluency.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Flowing tendency or quality; fluency.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being flowing or fluent; fluency.


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flowing +‎ -ness


  • "flowingness" of time to an eternal now; but even at these moments it is conscious of an unfathomable background, one aspect of which is the immensity of space and the other the flowingness of time.

    The Complex Vision

  • And he closed the privileged arm of the bridegroom round her waist, that had the yieldingness of the willow-branchlet, the flowingness of the summer sea-wave, and seemed as 'twere melting honey-like at the first gentle pressure; she leaning her head shyly on his shoulder, yet confiding in his faithfulness; it was that she was shy of the great bliss in her bosom, and was made timid by the fervour of her affection; as is sung:

    The Shaving of Shagpat; an Arabian entertainment — Volume 4

  • I hear there is a magical place of ease of grace of flowingness where one's mind is like water one's desk is, like, clean and shit gets done by the bucketload without the effort ever feeling effortful.



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