Definition of fulsomeness in English:

fulsomeness

noun

  • See fulsome

    • ‘Aside from the fulsomeness of the introductory language, there does not seem to be much opportunity for comedy here.’
    • ‘I think we have learned our lesson, to be sufficiently aware of the fulsomeness of life.’
    • ‘Well, there is little question about the fulsomeness of his courage, his patriotism, his heroism, his leadership, putting others first.’
    • ‘The duplicate inscriptions on the N and S faces of the Arch of Constantine set the tone for this work of propaganda, in both their monumentality and their obsequious fulsomeness.’
    • ‘But praise from friends of the Market reached new heights of fulsomeness.’
    • ‘The more you ration out the berries in each child's bowl, carefully divvy up the number of gifts they get, and tabulate the frequency and fulsomeness of the praise you pepper them with, the more you'll encourage your kids to measure your performance on a balance sheet - and to find errors.’
    • ‘And he should show some of it now by resisting the urge to zap his hair into Warneyesque fulsomeness.’

Pronunciation

fulsomeness

/ˈfʊls(ə)mnəs/