Definition of Captiousness. Meaning of Captiousness. Synonyms of Captiousness

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Definition of Captiousness

Captiousness
Captiousness Cap"tious*ness, n. Captious disposition or manner.

Meaning of Captiousness from wikipedia

- capacitance, capacitate, capacity, capistrate, capstan, captation, caption, captious, captivate, captivation, captive, captivity, captor, capture, case, catch...
- Irreligious sentiments, drunken mockery, anticlerical expressions, were all captiously cl****ified by the inquisitors (or by those who denounced the cases) as...
- appeared the (East) 'Atlantic Archipelago' will have any appeal beyond captious scholars. "Guardian Style Guide", Guardian, London, 19 December 2008, A...
- party but to Rockefeller personally. In rapid succession, Mr. Rockefeller captiously took over most of the functions of the state chairman and in a matter...
- brother Reggie over a missing Frontier Brain symbol, which reveals Paul's captious nature of becoming strong. Grotle gets up late that night and unsuccessfully...
- Everything, of course, turns out quite happily, except, perhaps, for those captious souls who regard religion as an adult matter." The Bells of St. Mary's...
- her fashion sense, several observers have commended her style for its captiousness and versatility. Around the time of the release of her second extended...
- from Old Provençal cabestan capsule captain Old Fr. capitaine caption captious capture Capuchin car Old N. Fr. carre, from Latin carrus, from Gaulish...
- PLAYHOUSES. SEE-SAW.” in Illustrated London News, 23 December 1916, p. 19 ”OUR CAPTIOUS CRITIC: BUBBLY, AT THE COMEDY THEATRE“ in Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic...
- Unigenitus condemned 101 propositions of Pasquier Quesnel as: false, captious, ill-sounding, offensive to pious ears, scandalous, pernicious, rash, injurious...
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