Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Citations for nimiety
As he said it, a nimiety of memories came back to him of the sick, the wounded, the dying: disease, war, famine, flood, fire, devastation--he had seen them for over three millennia and had never grown used to any of them.
The nimiety of her emotions pressed against her and she wept--as much for Anna as for herself.
Origin of nimiety
Nimiety entered English in the mid-1500s from the Late Latin nimietās, which in turn is based on nimius meaning "too much."