Definition of abstractedness in English:

abstractedness

noun

  • 1Separation; apartness, isolation. Chiefly with from.

  • 2historical
    rare A state of seclusion or withdrawal from worldly or sensual things; contemplation of or concentration on the spiritual. Frequently with from. Now rare and chiefly historical.

  • 3The quality of existing or being presented in abstract form, rather than with reference to concrete details or particular instances.

  • 4Lack of awareness of or concentration on what is happening around one; absence of mind.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Richard Corbet (1582–1635), bishop of Oxford and of Norwich, and poet. From abstracted + -ness.

Pronunciation:

abstractedness

/əbˈstraktɪdnɪs/