from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Gentleness of manner; mildness.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Gentleness, tameness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Tameness; gentleness; mildness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Tameness; habitual mildness or gentleness.
I am also enjoying sounding out your word of the day ... "mansuetude" which is also slow and gentle like it's meaning ...
It gives a "mansuetude" (new word for me) to the chill of winter.
I am also enjoying sounding out your word of the day..."mansuetude" which is also slow and gentle like it's meaning...
It gives a "mansuetude" new word for me to the chill of winter.
Paul, I vaticinate that the mansuetude of your response will bring out the best of my muliebrity.
It is apodeictic that the caliginosity of the agrestic embrangle periapts with mansuetude.
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With mansuetude compossible with my muliebrity, I condemn those niddering, olid morons who, in caliginosity of understanding, vilipend our English by attempting to exuviate words for which they cannot see any present custom.
To this religion of such charming mansuetude whenever it has the upper hand, a Protestant engineer named Gerard is converted by puerile arguments which in any other domain than the theological would seem to be the divagations of a lunatic; and the Cure Bonnet proclaims the necessity of passive obedience by the masses to the
Princely and naturall mansuetude then of my merite.