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  • noun Plural form of ponderosity.

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Examples

  • His fluent, easy-going style, free of fustian, thickets, ponderosities, is indebted to Thomson's as well as to Thomson's personal tutoring.

    On the 'Virge'

  • Here are alluring condiments to tempt the most fastidious taste, vinous acidities to lubricate, and gastronomic ponderosities to titilate the palate!

    Out of the Woods

  • Farther on, where the river narrows again, a flutter-headed rabbit crossing at top speed has made a line seemingly as free from frivolous indirection as if it had been defined by all the ponderosities of mathematics.

    Winter Mist

  • Consider the solemn ponderosities of the pious old maids, male and female, who write book reviews for the newspapers.

    A Book of Prefaces

  • He fell back on Blue Books, and other ponderosities -- Barton by this time silent, or playing a clumsy chorus.

    The Testing of Diana Mallory

  • There were possibilities of dulness, ponderosities of practice, arid social sands, the bad quarters-of-an-hour that turned up like false pieces in a debased currency, of which she made, on principle, very nearly as light as if she had not been clever enough to distinguish.

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 1

  • There were possibilities of dulness, ponderosities of practice, arid social sands, the bad quarters-of-an-hour that turned up like false pieces in a debased currency, of which she made, on principle, very nearly as light as if she had not been clever enough to distinguish.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

  • There were possibilities of dulness, ponderosities of practice, arid social sands, the bad quarters-of-an-hour that turned up like false pieces in a debased currency, of which she made, on principle, very nearly as light as if she had not been clever enough to distinguish.

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 1

  • There were possibilities of dulness, ponderosities of practice, arid social sands, the bad quarters-of-an-hour that turned up like false pieces in a debased currency, of which she made, on principle, very nearly as light as if she had not been clever enough to distinguish.

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 1

  • There were possibilities of dulness, ponderosities of practice, arid social sands, the bad quarters-of-an-hour that turned up like false pieces in a debased currency, of which she made, on principle, very nearly as light as if she had not been clever enough to distinguish.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

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