rationalness

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rational +‎ -ness

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rationalness (uncountable)

  1. (archaic) The quality or state of being rational.
    • 1861 Aug. 31, "The New Papacy" The Nation, vol. 13, no. 322, p. 142 (retrieved 5 Dec 2011):
      And what difference is there between the credibleness and rationalness of any of these wonders and the credibleness and rationalness of Papal infallibility?

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