Definition of impoliteness in English:

impoliteness

noun

  • See impolite

    • ‘He doesn't mean any of us impoliteness, but he needs a bit longer to warm to us.’
    • ‘It wasn't really impoliteness or maliciousness, just a practiced logic.’
    • ‘Well, I couldn't take her impoliteness to mean she was undereducated - except in the manners department.’
    • ‘However, Amy's ‘please forgive me’ face stopped Catherine and made her regret her impoliteness.’
    • ‘I smiled to myself, and then realized my impoliteness.’

Pronunciation

impoliteness

/ɪmpəˈlʌɪtnəs/