Words ending with eness

Meaning of Cheatableness

Cheatableness means: Capability of being cheated.

Meaning of Choiceness

Choiceness means: The quality of being of particular value or worth; nicely; excellence.

Meaning of Citizeness

Citizeness means: A female citizen.

Meaning of Closeness

Closeness means: The state of being close.

Meaning of Coarseness

Coarseness means: The quality or state of being coarse; roughness; inelegance; vulgarity; grossness; as, coarseness of food, texture, manners, or language.

Meaning of Cognateness

Cognateness means: The state of being cognate.

Meaning of Collectiveness

Collectiveness means: A state of union; mass.

Meaning of Combativeness

Combativeness means: The quality of being combative; propensity to contend or to quarrel.

Meaning of Combativeness

Combativeness means: A cranial development supposed to indicate a combative disposition.

Meaning of Combustibleness

Combustibleness means: Combustibility.

Meaning of Zoosperm

Zoosperm means: One of the spermatic particles; spermatozoid.

Meaning of Zoopsychology

Zoopsychology means: Animal psychology.

Meaning of Zoopraxiscope

Zoopraxiscope means: An instrument similar to, or the same as, the, the phenakistoscope, by means of which pictures projected upon a screen are made to exhibit the natural movements of animals, and the like.

Meaning of Zoophytology

Zoophytology means: The natural history zoophytes.

Meaning of Zoophytological

Zoophytological means: Of or pertaining to zoophytology; as, zoophytological observations.

Meaning of Zoophytoid

Zoophytoid means: Pertaining to, or resembling, a zoophyte.

Meaning of Zoophytical

Zoophytical means: Of or pertaining to zoophytes.

Meaning of Zoophytic

Zoophytic means: Alt. of Zoophytical

Meaning of Zoophyte

Zoophyte means: Any one of the Zoophyta.

Meaning of Zoophyte

Zoophyte means: Any one of numerous species of invertebrate animals which more or less resemble plants in appearance, or mode of growth, as the corals, gorgonians, sea anemones, hydroids, bryozoans, sponges, etc., especially any of those that form compound colonies having a branched or treelike form, as many corals and hydroids.

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