Definition of all-overness in English:

all-overness

noun

  • With reference to a pattern or design: the quality of being composed of elements that are repeated over the whole extent. In art: the abstract style of painting in which the composition is dispersed with almost equal intensity over the whole picture.

Origin

Late 18th century (in an earlier sense). Originally from all over + -ness; compare later all-over. In later use from all-over + -ness.

Pronunciation

all-overness

/ˌɔːlˈəʊvənəs/