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Sentence count:36Posted:2017-03-31Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: rashnessfreshnessbrashnesslavishnessfreakishnessharshhighnesstoughnessMeaning: ['hɑrʃnɪs /hɑːʃ-]  n. 1. the roughness of a substance that causes abrasions 2. the quality of being unpleasant (harsh or rough or grating) to the senses 3. the quality of being cruel and causing tension or annoyance 4. excessive sternness. 
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1. The harshness of recent reality disentranced him from his idleness.
2. Then in a tone of abrupt harshness, he added, "Open these trunks!".
3. They sought solace in religion from the harshness of their everyday lives.
4. The harshness of recent reality disenchanted her of her idealistic hopes.
5. The harshness of the book's subject is softened by a certain lyricism in the writing.
6. There was no harshness or mockery in the sound now.
7. The cosy harshness was broken only by a pair of plastic houseplants and by prints of country scenes on the walls.
8. With even greater environmental rigour, harshness itself is a major direct cause of community structure.
9. Her tone was not exactly friendly, but its harshness was of bemused disbelief rather than jealous suspicion.
10. His harshness is forgivable.
11. For Durkheim this explained the harshness of punishment in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, when absolute monarchy was at its height.
12. I heard the harshness of his breath, and saw how his chest heaved.
12. try its best to collect and create good sentences.
13. Some of that fatiguing harshness was gone, a major improvement.
14. The harshness of his punishment was inhuman.
15. Perform noise vibration harshness ( NVH ) analysis as well as product improvement.
16. Then in a tone of abrupt harshness, he added, " open these trunks ! "
17. It maximizes effective frequency sculpting without harshness or gaping holes in the audio spectrum.
18. Its harshness has prompted a reaction, and not just in Mexico.
19. She burst into tears, stung by the harshness of his words.
20. For all its harshness and irrationality, it is the only world we've got.
21. His voice is harshness.
22. Poor Law administrators in practice operated with considerably varying degrees of harshness or generosity.
23. Regretfully I see in him a nature inclined to harshness and rigour, with little tenderness and forthrightness.
24. Bruno Bartoletti drew a skilled, nuanced performance from the Lyric orchestra, artfully balancing the harshness and lyricism of the score.
25. Ulpian would no doubt have been uncomfortable with the harshness of the jump from legacy to trust.
26. The warmth which sisters and sisters-in-law may show for one another can cushion a woman against the harshness of her life.
27. Do not keep ones away from Him by your coldness and harshness.
28. But its impact has been minor - so far - compared harshness of the Great Recession.
29. Old ideals are judged irrelevant, and no doctrine free harshness commands respect.
30. One of its trainers, Russell Bishop, upset by the harshness of the Lifespring program, approached John-Roger about creating a more benign version of the weeklong seminar.
More similar words: rashnessfreshnessbrashnesslavishnessfreakishnessharshhighnesstoughnesssmoothnessharnesshardnessin harnesssharpnessmarshearshotmarshalscholarshipmarshall planearnestnesscatharsisuselessnesstactlessnessselflessnesslimitlessnessaggressivenessharmlessnewnessonenesssadnessslyness
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