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  • noun Plural form of rawness.

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Examples

  • The Philharmonic played willingly and in some cases beautifully, spreading a thick impasto of soft sound under the voices, or chopping into the drama with harsh wedges of percussion; but there were rawnesses and slight awkwardnesses that conveyed the sense that the music was still new to them.

    Le Grand Macabre: Death, be not proud

  • The pains and rawnesses of her mangled body had faded, and she saw that her plucked feathers had been restored.

    Roc and a Hard Place

  • The pains and rawnesses of her mangled body had faded, and she saw that her plucked feathers had been restored.

    Roc and a Hard Place

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