Definition of doltishness in English:

doltishness

noun

  • See doltish

    • ‘Rushworth, who marries Maria, is a dolt cut from the same cloth as Mr. Collins in Pride and Prejudice, but his very doltishness makes him fun to read about.’
    • ‘To strip kids' movies of their innocence and naïveté denotes cynycism and doltishness on the part of the film-makers.’
    • ‘Snipping away the doltishness, we find this flattering portrait.’

Pronunciation

doltishness

/ˈdəʊltɪʃnəs/