Definition of dinginess in English:

dinginess

noun

  • See dingy

    • ‘Mike leans back and chuckles, and everyone joins in, sipping hot, sweet coffee gratefully in the chill of the a/c, in the musty dinginess of the club before opening time.’
    • ‘There was cat hair everywhere, and there was just a general dinginess.’
    • ‘The geeky mayhem is played out in scenes of deepest American dinginess: checked couches, hanging crystals, bad hair dye, dim clutter.’
    • ‘Under these circumstances both cities are at their most abstractly lovely, with the dinginess and decay invisible and human life represented only by parked cars and electric lights.’
    • ‘While in the daytime it looked just kept enough to be scruffy, the thick cool of the night hid its dinginess and transformed it into something almost beautiful.’

Pronunciation

dinginess

/ˈdɪn(d)ʒɪnəs/