activeness

NOUN
  1. the state of being active
    his sphere of activity
    he is out of action
  2. the trait of being active; moving or acting rapidly and energetically
    the level of activity declines with age
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How To Use activeness In A Sentence

  • The stability of the political system affects the attractiveness of a particular national market.
  • This picture does not do justice to the attractiveness of all the boats and yachts that are anchored in this area.
  • Fortunately their heady, heavenly aroma more than compensates for their physical unattractiveness. Times, Sunday Times
  • One reason megastars may line up to play is the chance to project themselves on a global stage - and thus boost their attractiveness to multinational sponsors.
  • Most of us would maintain that physical attractiveness does not play a major part in how we react to the people we meet.
  • And as for my own 'activeness' I've spent most of to-day in my dressing gown drinking tea. Priestly Castes and Political Exclusion
  • Advertising has also been blamed for maintenance of a contentious concept that long-haired, fair-skinned women with aquiline noses have the monopoly on attractiveness.
  • Similarly foreign-exchange and political risks and their relationship to required returns on investment need a proper evaluation as determinants of market attractiveness.
  • In this way they are seeking to increase their competitiveness and enhance the attractiveness of their services to purchasers.
  • They do not adopt an overtly political stance or contradict the precept that physical attractiveness equals romantic appeal.
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