safeness

[ UK /sˈe‍ɪfnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality of being safe
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How To Use safeness In A Sentence

  • By meeting a baby's need for food, clothing and shelter, as well as closeness, love, safeness, etc. we condition them to trust… to expect their needs to be met.
  • The fact that she defended herself (mentioning the darkness of the night, the dangerousness of the intersection, and the unsafeness of the other driver's car) clearly offended some readers. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories
  • Liveness and safeness are important behavioral properties of nets (systems).
  • No one was in this frat house now, it was beyond belief, a shack that you would think needed to be torn down immediately for unsafeness. It Ain’t All About the Cookin’
  • Thus there is this lingering cloud of "safeness", if not for the characters, then for the state of affairs for mankind. REVIEW: Star Wars: Death Troopers by Joe Schreiber
  • Not because the mere fact of a discussion seemed to throw over it an air of unsafeness or suspicion. Treatise on the Love of God
  • Reports from the US Institute of Medicine and the UK Department of Health have drawn attention to the chronic "unsafeness" of health systems worldwide.
  • The function unsafeDetachRequestBody never worked and wasn't designed properly; it's been replaced with a much improved transformRequestBody function which a) actually works, and b) doesn't have issues re: unsafeness. Planet Haskell
  • The test of unsafeness of a conviction applied by the Court of Appeal is not identical to the issue of unfairness before the ECtHR.
  • Tracks like ‘Love steals us from loneliness’ may be over-calculated, but their safeness means they are entirely inoffensive and even enjoyable in spurts.
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