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- noun The state or condition of being
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unthorough + -ness
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For he took a genuine interest in his pupils; and, in that first year of his teaching, carried his class to surprising lengths, nor let them betray any evidences of unthoroughness when they went trembling up to the examinations provided by the great Anton himself, in the mid-year term.
The Genius Margaret Horton Potter
He confidently depended upon the darkness, now absolute, and native unthoroughness, for his work to remain undetected until the sea came up and concealed it.
Gold Out of Celebes Aylward Edward Dingle
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