Victorianness

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Victorian +‎ -ness.

NounEdit

Victorianness (uncountable)

  1. The fact or quality of being Victorian.
    • 1983, Angela Carter, ‘Sugar Daddy’, in Shaking a Leg, Vintage 2013, p. 33:
      Nevertheless, his Victorianness, for want of a better word, means he feels duty bound to come the heavy father, from time to time, always with a histrionic overemphasis: ‘You just watch out for yourself, that's all.’

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