Definition of incestuousness in English:

incestuousness

noun

  • See incestuous

    • ‘See if the criticism about lack of predictive capabilities or incestuousness still hold up.’
    • ‘In the 1980s the relationship between soap operas and tabloid newspapers reached hitherto unprecedented heights of incestuousness.’
    • ‘The CPI's executive director wrote, ‘It is a picture of what has long been suspected of the incestuousness between the defense industry and the Pentagon.’’
    • ‘The web of cross-shareholdings and incestuousness between trust companies and trust directors has raised eyebrows - even in the investment industry.’
    • ‘The cities are filled with people who have fled an oppressive incestuousness they felt in rural life.’

Pronunciation

incestuousness

/ɪnˈsɛstjʊəsnəs/