noun, plural sig·nif·i·can·cies.
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Origin of significancy
OTHER WORDS FROM significancynon·sig·nif·i·can·cy, noun
Words nearby significancy
Example sentences from the Web for significancy
In 1872 an incident occurred of an amusing description, which, as it has some significancy, is worthy of notice.Recollections of a Long Life|John Stoughton
But, indeed, neither is the language deficient in fanciful significancy, nor the measure in good old melody.
"As weel as can be expected," answered I, without mair significancy or intelligence than a babe or suckling would have exhibited.Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Vol. XX|Alexander Leighton
Such was the event which, by an epithet that has since acquired a twofold significancy, has been called the "blessed Restoration."The Town|Leigh Hunt
But the lesson which the example of Tazewell presents to the American mind is of yet greater significancy.Discourse of the Life and Character of the Hon. Littleton Waller Tazewell|Hugh Blair Grigsby