Definition of draughtiness in English:

draughtiness

noun

  • See draughty

    • ‘In a recent survey of the 46 staff who work on the lower floor of the annexe, 38 said they were concerned about overcrowding, 20 said they were affected by overheating and 16 complained about the cold and draughtiness of the building.’
    • ‘He figured it must've come from the draftiness of the jail cell.’
    • ‘Since the air isn't blown forcefully downward, you won't feel draftiness or chill.’
    • ‘This involved making holes in the window tracks and has not eliminated the draftiness.’
    • ‘I stripped down to my boxers, ignoring the draftiness in my room, and started doing push ups.’

Pronunciation

draughtiness

/ˈdrɑːftɪnəs/