Definition of "ness" [ness]

  • A cape or headland. (noun)
  • A promontory or headland (noun)

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  • (capital as part of a name) (noun)

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Use "ness" in a sentence
  • "The Republicans, as befits their regional base, value beauty and born-agin 'ness over brains, hence the Palin phenomenon (and she is drop-dead gorgeous)."
  • "I love Laura …. her innocence (Imma gonna b in 17 magazine … look, thats me!) and efervescent hickey-ness is refreshing – not to mention she takes fabulous pics."
  • "Your "human" - ness is all too familiar, and at the same time very inspirational."