Definitions

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  • noun Quality of being mercurial; mercuriality.

Etymologies

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mercurial +‎ -ness

Examples

  • He takes the subway to work, not a town car, and lacks the imperiousness or mercurialness that surround other celebrity editors, including his predecessor,

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  • He takes the subway to work, not a town car, and lacks the imperiousness or mercurialness that surround other celebrity editors, including his predecessor,

    NYT > Home Page

  • He takes the subway to work and lacks the imperiousness or mercurialness that surround other celebrity editors, including his predecessor, Tina Brown.

    mediabistro.com: Media News

  • He takes the subway to work and lacks the imperiousness or mercurialness that surround other celebrity editors, including his predecessor, Tina Brown.

    mediabistro.com: Media News

  • He takes the subway to work and lacks the imperiousness or mercurialness that surround other celebrity editors, including his predecessor, Tina Brown.

    mediabistro.com: Media News

  • There’s the mercurialness; the tantrums; the hours-long, dictator-like speeches; the famous, desperate, and transparent hogging of credit; and always the charismatic-leader complex (known widely as the Jobs “reality-distortion field”), through which he has been able to seduce and, subsequently, abandon so many of the people he’s worked with.

    iPod, Therefore I Am

  • There’s the mercurialness; the tantrums; the hours-long, dictator-like speeches; the famous, desperate, and transparent hogging of credit; and always the charismatic-leader complex (known widely as the Jobs “reality-distortion field”), through which he has been able to seduce and, subsequently, abandon so many of the people he’s worked with.

    iPod, Therefore I Am

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