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- n. The quality of being historical.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Historical character or quality.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. significance owing to its history
- n. the state of having in fact existed in the past
Final Crisis #7 - Well, the greatest, most wonderfulest, most marvelost epic in all of the DCU’s historic historicalness is over … and I have no idea what the hell happened.
Is it not obvious that she was a vain and desperate attempt by McCain to throw a bone to the ladies to lure them from Obama and offset his “historicalness” and “rally-the-base” and never anything of serious value?
"Maybe she chose him for -- for his historicalness," said my Mother.
Morality bears, neither in its progressive realization nor in its guilty perversion, the character of historicalness, — is in no respect a power essentially modificatory of universal history, and consciously aiming at such modification as its end; and even the ideal state is and remains simply the very limited activity-sphere of a special moral virtuosity of the governing individual spirit, without a higher world-historical purpose in relation to the totality of humanity. —
Rather, his boys talk, somewhat sarcastically, about his "lectures" on "random facts of historicalness" and more seriously how he encourages them to pursue their passions.
Is it the historicalness or the popculturalness or is that just something one says these days?
Can a Teleprompter Share A Nobel Peace Prize? speech that was said by many to have much historicalness.