Now it appears Boardwalk Empire is not only going to feed us more fiction but, with the addition of ness, recycled fiction.
Courie was the daughter of Darrin and Rebecca Foos Cox and was a sixth-grade student at the ness City Elementary School.
Clients love his soft laugh, his feet, his “Minnesota Nice”-ness, his… well, you know.
Thence they were conducted over the bridge of ness, and dismissed everyone armless and harmless to his own house.
The ness was a mile off, but in the excitement of their pleasure they were oblivious of time.
Obscene′ness, Obscen′ity, quality of being obscene: lewdness.
Thank you for the information, ness, but they say none are so deaf as those who will not hear.
To be strictly accurate, the significance of the -ness is not quite as inherently determined, as autonomous, as it might be.
The summer afterwards Mr. Corbet came again to read with Mr. ness.
There they saw a man coming down from the ness above them; Gunnar went on shore to meet the man, and they had a talk.
obsolete except in place names, Old English næs "a promontory," related to nasu "nose" (see nose (n.)). Cognate with Old Norse nes, Danish næs, Swedish näs, Middle Dutch nesse.
word-forming element denoting action, quality, or state, attached to an adjective or past participle to form an abstract noun, from Old English -nes(s), from West Germanic *in-assu- (cf. Old Saxon -nissi, Middle Dutch -nisse, Dutch -nis, Old High German -nissa, German -nis, Gothic -inassus), from *-in-, noun stem, + *-assu-, abstract noun suffix, probably from the same root as Latin -tudo (see -tude).