Definition of sturdiness in English:

sturdiness

noun

  • See sturdy

    • ‘Living secluded from ordinary life fostered a spirit of modesty and sturdiness and they trained hard.’
    • ‘He is not shy with his bouncer and England's batsmen had better check the sturdiness of their helmets.’
    • ‘For sturdiness, shelves should be no more than 30 inches long and 12 inches deep.’
    • ‘In a Canadian study, five types of angiographic balloon catheters were studied for their mechanical sturdiness and presence of loose particles resulting from blood contamination.’
    • ‘It you're seeking sturdiness from your rimless shades, opt for designer ones because they're usually made from hardwearing anodized metal, titanium or frosty plastics.’

Pronunciation

sturdiness

/ˈstəːdɪnəs/