Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Fear; fright; terror.

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Examples

  • I must've had the "radness" part of my brain turned up to 11 from birth...

    HELLBOY: SEED OF DESTRUCTION #3 Dark Horse Comics, 1994

  • Magazine articles, newspaper editorials, and ski movies are soon filled with the cherubic faces of the imperialist foot soldiers, the skiing youth, espousing the 'radness' of this 'new' ski resort mecca.

    Kootenay Rockies - News

  • Magazine articles, newspaper editorials, and ski movies are soon filled with the cherubic faces of the imperialist foot soldiers, the skiing youth, espousing the 'radness' of this 'new' ski resort mecca.

    Kootenay Rockies - News

  • Magazine articles, newspaper editorials, and ski movies are soon filled with the cherubic faces of the imperialist foot soldiers, the skiing youth, espousing the 'radness' of this 'new' ski resort mecca.

    Kootenay Rockies - News

  • These are just a few of the stories GIG shared that created huge ripples of radness.

    Toan Lam: Selfless Acts = Positive Effect

  • These are just a few of the stories GIG shared that created huge ripples of radness.

    Toan Lam: Selfless Acts = Positive Effect

  • LORCAN FINNEGAN 1 month ago total radness, if only we were related!

    FLUFFY MC CLOUD on Vimeo

  • LORCAN FINNEGAN 1 month ago oh hang on a sec.. total radness brudder flannigan!

    FLUFFY MC CLOUD on Vimeo

  • Anyway, in all my internet perusing I sometimes find nuggets of radness such as this.

    Scary Japanese Story Time! | Manolith

  • To get a good look at the enemy in this struggle for radness, check out Rowan Williams, the current Archbishop of Canterbury, who last week likened our attempts to restimulate spending to "an addict returning to the drug."

    Ross Hyzer: Getting Back on the Horse

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