stintedness

stintedness

(ˈstɪntɪdnɪs)
n
the state of being stinted
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stint (1200); 1: stinting (1338; -ing, 1338 -ance*, 1605); 3: stinter (1598); 6: stinting (1867); 8: stinted (1513); 11: stintingly (1857); 15: stintedly (1863); 16: stintedness (1827); 17.
Columbus had complained even in his own lifetime of being despoiled of the honour of his discovery' and though he was referring to the stintedness of his acclaim rather than to the elevation of the claims of rivals, it is true that his reputation has since suffered repeatedly from attempts to attribute the discovery of the New World to someone else.