Definition of slatternliness in English:

slatternliness

noun

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  • See slatternly

    • ‘The room in fact was as depressing from its slatternliness as from its atmosphere of erudition.’
    • ‘It wasn't like I was accusing them of slatternliness.’
    • ‘We are talking midweek kitchen suppers here, not grand dinner parties, so the sight of a pan in the middle of the table should not cause too much tut-tutting and accusations of kitchen slatternliness.’
    • ‘Some evil genius, it might seem, was labouring to harmonise all things into an equal slatternliness.’
    • ‘They have evidently chosen their clothes with great care, for such gaudy slatternliness is not natural.’

Pronunciation

slatternliness

/ˈslat(ə)nlɪnəs/