Definition of maladroitness in English:

maladroitness

noun

  • See maladroit

    • ‘Mishaps and maladroitness end in pairing for all, as their love ‘started in eternity and will last till doomsday’.’
    • ‘Not only is the moment not particularly funny, its maladroitness ruins any momentum the film had been building.’
    • ‘Unfortunately it appears that Mr Rahman's maladroitness precedes him.’
    • ‘By implication, an antidote to the maladroitness, the maladaption, the clumsiness of the shy is simply learning to dance.’
    • ‘Nerd social maladroitness, rather than arrogance, is the key to understanding this bachelor's behavior.’

Pronunciation

maladroitness

/ˌmaləˈdrɔɪtnəs/