Definition of murderousness in English:

murderousness

noun

  • See murderous

    • ‘The movement born then grows with every disclosure of the system's murderousness and uncontrollability - which is to say, its inner nature.’
    • ‘Our coarseness - our murderousness - as a nation and a culture should inform the way we think about who leads us.’
    • ‘Their murderousness is neither greater nor less than that of the invaders with their napalm, machine-guns and high explosives.’
    • ‘Is that because you wouldn't play a character with his attributes - repressed rage, class envy, murderousness, homoeroticism, extraordinary sensitivity, aching beauty - ever again?’
    • ‘Human nature is a brew of strange elements, and we do not know yet what particular mix of murderousness and mercy has made us the sole survivors of the once diverse hominid line.’

Pronunciation

murderousness

/ˈməːd(ə)rəsnəs/