Definition of frowziness in English:

frowziness

(also frowsiness)

noun

  • See frowzy

    • ‘Even Calvin would be embarrassed by the frowziness of it.’
    • ‘The question has arisen in other lands, prompted by the conduct and language and the studied physical and moral frowsiness of individuals who have identified themselves with radical movements.’
    • ‘We got back a week ago quite dismal at having to leave Italy, and are slowly getting used to the frowsiness of our glorious country.’
    • ‘The bed was so good that it tended to highlight the frowziness of the chairs and other furniture fittings.’
    • ‘In that tradeoff, though, I start to rank myself against the slick rather than the good, and my own frowziness becomes blindingly visible.’

Pronunciation

frowziness

/ˈfraʊzɪnəs/