Inhabitiveness
Inhabitiveness \In*hab"it*ive*ness\, n. (Phrenol.) See {Inhabitativeness}. [1913 Webster]

What the phrenologists call inhabitiveness. --Lowell. [1913 Webster]


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  • inhabitiveness — bə̇d.ivnə̇s, bə̇tiv noun ( es) Etymology: inhabit + ive + ness : a propensity to remain permanently in the same place or residence you know my (what the phrenologists call) inhabitiveness J.R.Lowell …   Useful english dictionary

  • inhabitiveness — in·hab·i·tive·ness …   English syllables

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