One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I think that's the whole reason for the thorniness of the debate here.’
- ‘Avid moviegoers should be singing the director's praises from the rooftops for daring to thrash out the matter in all its imperfect, dark thorniness.’
- ‘Again, as with much of Mahler, it's not so much a matter of the thorniness of the musical material or the opacity of the form, but the emotional content of the piece.’
- ‘Numerous studies have shown, however, that prickliness, spinesence or thorniness decreases with increasing height in the crown.’
- ‘It often forms dense thickets, and these are often thorny, since thornless cultivars appear to retain genes for thorniness that may be expressed as genes recombine in their progeny.’
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