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    Could the word logicalness be a noun of a person quality?

    Could the word logicalness or logicality be a noun of a person quality? Is there a dictionary that have can point out if a noun word means quality?

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    Re: Could the word logicalness be a noun of a person quality?

    A person would be described as "logical." I wouldn't try to use a noun form to describe a person. There might be a certain logicality to a plan or an argument, but not a person.

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