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  • noun Plural form of negligency.

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Examples

  • Wherefore, we hold it expedient to exhort students upon various negligencies which can always be avoided, but which are wonderfully injurious to books.

    The Book-Hunter A New Edition, with a Memoir of the Author

  • He pointed out the errors and negligencies of the late Boxon, declared it a scandal that a business such as this should have been allowed to fall off, and was full of ingenious ideas for a brilliant opening.

    Will Warburton

  • The plastic nature of man has in it an infinity of resources to retrieve the negligencies and repair the faults that she may have committed.

    The Works of Frederich Schiller

  • The plastic nature of man has in it an infinity of resources to retrieve the negligencies and repair the faults that she may have committed.

    Aesthetical Essays of Frederich Schiller

  • As it was by its nature a work of defiance, a composition which would naturally be examined with the utmost acrimony of criticism, it was probably laboured with uncommon attention; and there are, indeed, few negligencies in the subordinate parts.

    Lives of the Poets, Volume 1

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