King James Dictionary
BAR'RENNESS, adv. The quality of not producing its kind want of the power of conception applied to animals.
2. Unfruitfulness sterility, infertility. The quality of not producing at all, or in small quantities as the barrenness of soil.
3. Want of invention want of the power of producing any thing new applied to the mind.
4. Want of matter scantiness as the barrenness of a cause.
5. Defect of emotion, sensibility or fervency as the barrenness of devotion.
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