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  • noun The state or condition of being fluty.


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fluty +‎ -ness


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  • They called for an entire abandon, for witchery, for passion swayed and swaying; but although at times Myra's voice held a Pan-like flutiness, although an occasional note true and sweet as a mate-call stirred that dark fronting mass, she failed to sustain the spell.

    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1920 Various

  • Old Rufus wouldn't touch one of them for a gold rock, "he asked, and I felt slightly aggrieved when I discovered that I was to know when I was being addressed by a lack of any term of endearment, though the caressing flutiness of

    The Golden Bird Maria Thompson Daviess 1898


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