onerousness

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onerous +‎ -ness

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onerousness (countable and uncountable, plural onerousnesses)

  1. The state or characteristic of being onerous.
    • 1898, McKinley, Second State of the Union Address
      The Government of Greece strongly urges the onerousness of the duty here imposed upon the currants of that country, amounting to 100 per cent or more of their market value.

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