meaningfulness

[ UK /mˈiːnɪŋfə‍lnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality of having great value or significance
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How To Use meaningfulness In A Sentence

  • Real" connotes a status of consequentiality, meaningfulness, and specificity, but does not necessarily imply substantial existence material or otherwise. Philocrites: The reality of the symbol of God.
  • It is possible that one may not be able to account for the meaningfulness or logical behavior of certain sentences simply on the basis of the denotations (names and descriptions) in the sentence.
  • I emphasize usability and meaningfulness because it's important that you don't select data just because it's there and ready to be used -- it may be bad data.
  • Jung intuitively felt this pointed to an acausal archetypal order at the root of all phenomena which is responsible for the meaningfulness implicit in the coincidence of associated physical and mental events.
  • The portrayal of the phagocyte as autonomous is largely derivative from the linked features of its capacity to sense its environment and move freely within it, and the various degrees of unpredictability and meaningfulness that characterize this behavior. The Impulse of Breathing
  • ‘We're not aware enough of the connectivity and synchronicity and meaningfulness of everything that happens in the universe,’ she explains.
  • Jung intuitively felt this pointed to an acausal archetypal order at the root of all phenomena which is responsible for the meaningfulness implicit in the coincidence of associated physical and mental events.
  • The meaningfulness of this distinction awaits validation by external correlates.
  • But what if the sense of nascent meaning that she and others perceive in the footage is only an illusion of meaningfulness in other words, faulty pattern recognition? Pattern Recognition: Summary and book reviews of Pattern Recognition by William Gibson.
  • If writers were paid per unit of meaningfulness rather than per word or per page, he would have been one of the richest.
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