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precipitateness

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state or character of being precipitate; precipitation; hastiness.

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  • noun The state of being precipitate.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the quality of happening with headlong haste or without warning

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Examples

  • In this sense, the first of Descartes's rules of method in the Discourse is an Academic principle, perhaps the only one: to avoid precipitateness and prejudice and to rely only on one's own ability to discern the truth.

    This, About The Man I Met Out Here In Nearly Nowhere

  • Laughing a little, pulling at his blond mustache in a gesture of conquest, his kindling eyes glinting down at her, "You must forgive the precipitateness -- of a lover," he murmured.

    The Fortieth Door

  • She climbed Mount Hough, but she did not find out what sort of a fellow the lookout man was, for Jack heard her puffing up the pack trail and retired, with the precipitateness of a hunted fox, to his niche between the boulders.

    The Lookout Man

  • Stewart had appeared so abruptly, he towered so dominantly, that a stranger would have expected a general precipitateness of personality and speech to go with his looks.

    All-Wool Morrison

  • She had found him cursing, had kept him at bay, and he had already had evidence of the danger of precipitateness in her case.

    When Egypt Went Broke

  • In the corridor that morning Vona had shown that too much precipitateness alarmed her; he might go too far in five more stanzas.

    When Egypt Went Broke

  • It is owing to a natural crudity and precipitateness of the imagination, which assimilates nothing properly to itself.

    The Bed-Book of Happiness

  • By similar reasoning, we know that the canon of the Colorado is a very old region, though the precipitateness of its banks is due to the absence of rain, for a local water-supply would cut back the banks, having most effect where they were steepest, since at those points it would move with the greatest speed.

    A Journey in Other Worlds

  • By similar reasoning, we know that the canon of the Colorado is a very old region, though the precipitateness of its banks is due to the absence of rain, for a local water-supply would cut back the banks, having most effect where they were steepest, since at those points it would move with the greatest speed.

    A journey in other worlds A romance of the future

  • bank requires homeowners insurance earthy latest precipitateness

    Think Progress » Brokaw: Hussein Execution ‘Resembled The Worst Kind Of Nightmare Out Of The Old American West’

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