Definition of suggestiveness in English:

suggestiveness

noun

  • See suggestive

    • ‘Clifton thinks it is because burlesque offers ‘the kind of suggestiveness that women appreciate.’’
    • ‘Indeed, the lines of his drawings are often minimal and suggestive, forcing the viewer to focus on the object to imagine the undrawn lines; their very suggestiveness creates essence.’
    • ‘Many of the pictures here failed to be included in the calendars simply because they crossed a subtle line - one that went beyond suggestiveness into the realm of erotica.’
    • ‘Their sexual repression may have caused them ludicrously to see suggestiveness in the legs of a piano, so that they might cover them up.’
    • ‘This suggestiveness gives his work an accessibility and popular appeal rare in contemporary art.’

Pronunciation

suggestiveness

/səˈdʒɛstɪvnəs/