Antonyms for soundness


Grammar : Noun
Spell : sound
Phonetic Transcription : saʊnd


Definition of soundness

Origin :
  • late 14c., from sound (adj.) + -ness.
  • noun healthiness
Example sentences :
  • The experience of every day only proves the truth and soundness of your views.
  • Extract from : « Vivian Grey » by Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli
  • It had sunk into the heavy slumber of weariness, the soundness of peasants' sleep.
  • Extract from : « Abbe Mouret's Transgression » by Emile Zola
  • Hippias and Prodicus, as well as Protagoras, admit the soundness of the conclusion.
  • Extract from : « Protagoras » by Plato
  • For soundness of foot a thick horn is far better than a thin.
  • Extract from : « On Horsemanship » by Xenophon
  • The matter was to be settled not by force but by weight of numbers and soundness of title.
  • Extract from : « The Fathers of New England » by Charles M. Andrews
  • Soundness of thought in regard to one group of them leads to soundness of thought about the others.
  • Extract from : « International Copyright » by George Haven Putnam
  • Dolly nodded to show her detached appreciation of the soundness of this point.
  • Extract from : « The Right Stuff » by Ian Hay
  • Leaving such a stump endangers the soundness of the whole tree.
  • Extract from : « Agriculture for Beginners » by Charles William Burkett
  • The war was the crucial test of the soundness of his financial policy.
  • Extract from : « Albert Gallatin » by John Austin Stevens
  • The corrupt man has no soundness, no solidity, no unity in his life.
  • Extract from : « Practical Ethics » by William DeWitt Hyde

Synonyms for soundness

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