Definition of consecutiveness in English:

consecutiveness

noun

  • See consecutive

    • ‘Nearly all of the thefts have been trivial, but the consecutiveness of the attempts at burglary has put the residents on the alert.’
    • ‘And the link has a social character; it is not mere consecutiveness in time, but a context of interaction.’
    • ‘In the first stages of life the mind is frivolous and easily distracted, it misses progress by failing in consecutiveness and persistence.’
    • ‘But as with most good things they come to an end at some point, and in this case the consecutiveness ends.’
    • ‘In men as in brutes, the consecutiveness of their perceptions is due to the principle of memory — like empirical physicians, who practice without theory.’

Pronunciation

consecutiveness

/kənˈsɛkjʊtɪvnəs/