Oppressiveness

  • 61hard job — Synonyms and related words: Augean task, Herculean task, arduousness, backbreaker, backbreaking work, ballbuster, bitch, burdensomeness, chore, dead lift, effortfulness, handful, hard labor, hard pull, hard work, heavy sledding, laboriousness,… …

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  • 62hard labor — Synonyms and related words: arduousness, backbreaking work, burdensomeness, confinement, dismemberment, effortfulness, estrapade, galleys, hard job, hard work, impalement, imprisonment, incarceration, jailing, keelhauling, laboriousness,… …

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  • 63hardness — Synonyms and related words: Philistinism, abstruseness, arduousness, armor, asperity, astringency, austerity, bothersomeness, burdensomeness, callosity, callousness, callus, closeness, cohesiveness, coldbloodedness, coldheartedness, coldness,… …

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  • 64intricacy — Synonyms and related words: abstruseness, arduousness, bothersomeness, burdensomeness, complexity, complexness, complication, convolution, crabbedness, crampedness, deepness, difficultness, difficulty, entanglement, esoterica, hairiness, hardness …

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  • 65oppression — Synonyms and related words: McCarthyism, Schmerz, Slough of Despond, abuse, affliction, airlessness, anguish, argumentum baculinum, bale, big stick, bitter cup, bitter draft, bitter draught, bitter pill, blank despondency, burden, burden of care …

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  • 66rigor — Synonyms and related words: Albigensianism, Catharism, Franciscanism, Sabbatarianism, Trappism, Waldensianism, Yoga, absolute zero, absoluteness, abstinence, abstruseness, accuracy, acerbity, acidity, acridity, acrimony, acuteness, adverse… …

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  • 67severity — Synonyms and related words: Spartan simplicity, Spartanism, abruptness, absolute zero, absoluteness, abusiveness, accuracy, acerbity, acidity, acidulousness, acridity, acrimony, acuteness, aggressiveness, algidity, aloofness, animality,… …

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  • 68stuffiness — Synonyms and related words: Quakerishness, THI, airlessness, antiquation, aridity, aridness, authoritarianism, barrenness, bigotry, blind side, blind spot, blinders, bloodlessness, callowness, cantankerousness, censoriousness, characterlessness,… …

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  • 69swelter — Synonyms and related words: BO, THI, bake, be in heat, beaded brow, beads of sweat, blaze, bloom, body odor, boil, broil, burn, choke, closeness, cold sweat, combust, cook, diaphoresis, exudate, exudation, exude, flame, flame up, flare, flare up …

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  • 70toughness — Synonyms and related words: Spartanism, abstruseness, adamantness, adhesiveness, arduousness, astringency, austerity, authoritarianism, backbone, body, bothersomeness, bottom, bullheadedness, burdensomeness, callosity, callousness, chutzpah,… …

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  • 71humidity — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. moisture, wetness, dampness, mugginess, dankness, heaviness, sogginess, thickness, fogginess, wet, sultriness, steaminess, steam, vaporization, dankness, evaporation, sweatiness, humectation, dewiness, humidification,… …

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  • 72grief — [13] ‘Oppressiveness’ is the link between modern English grief and Latin gravis (source of English gravity). The Latin adjective meant ‘heavy, weighty’, and it formed the basis of a verb gravāre ‘weigh upon, oppress’. This passed into Old French… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 73aggravation — (n.) late 15c., from M.Fr. aggravation, from L.L. aggravationem (nom. aggravatio), noun of action from pp. stem of L. aggravare make heavier, figuratively to embarrass further, increase in oppressiveness, from ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + gravare… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 74oppressive — (adj.) 1641, from M.L. oppressivus, from pp. stem of opprimere (see OPPRESS (Cf. oppress)). Related: Oppressively; oppressiveness …

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  • 75hardhandedness — n. brutality, despotism, tyranny, oppressiveness …

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  • 76heaviness — heav·i·ness || hevɪnɪs n. condition of being heavy; weightiness, seriousness; oppressiveness …

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  • 77onerosities — n. being burdensome, oppressiveness …

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  • 78onerosity — n. being burdensome, oppressiveness …

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  • 79onerousness — on·er·ous·ness || É‘nÉ™rÉ™snɪs / É’n n. quality of being onerous; state of being burdensome; oppressiveness …

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  • 80Anxiety —    Anxiety and phobic thinking may be normal emotions, distinct clusters of symptoms ( syndromes *), or diseases in the sense of distinct illness entities.    In psychoanalysis, anxiety is used as a theoretical term, the presumed unconscious… …

    Historical dictionary of Psychiatry