"allness" meaning in English

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Noun

Etymology: all + -ness Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|all|ness}} all + -ness Head templates: {{en-noun|-|+}} allness (usually uncountable, plural allnesses) Forms: allnesses [plural]
  1. Totality; completeness. Tags: uncountable, usually
    Sense id: allness-en-noun-lvZexWCZ Categories (other): English terms suffixed with -ness Synonyms: omnitude

Inflected forms

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        {
          "ref": "1816, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Statesman’s Manual, London: Gale & Fenner, Appendix, pp. 5-6",
          "text": "The REASON […] is the science of the universal, having the ideas of ONENESS and ALLNESS as its two elements or primary factors."
        },
        {
          "ref": "1854, Robert Turnbull, Christ in History, Boston: Phillips, Sampson, Chapter 12, p. 300",
          "text": "The “allness” of God, including his absolute spirituality, supremacy, and eternity."
        },
        {
          "ref": "1912, Rabindranath Tagore (translator), Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore, London: The India Society, poem 87, p. 51",
          "text": "Oh, dip my emptied life into that ocean, plunge it into the deepest fulness. Let me for once feel that lost sweet touch in the allness of the universe."
        },
        {
          "ref": "1940, Thomas Wolfe, You Can’t Go Home Again, Book 1, Chapter 5",
          "text": "The moment he entered the pullman he was transported instantly from the vast allness of general humanity in the station into the familiar geography of his home town."
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