Definition of timidness in English:

timidness

noun

  • See timid

    • ‘I want to follow up on that point by looking at the extraordinary timidness that has characterized recent liberal political tactics.’
    • ‘It brings Edward's emotional timidness to the forefront, as well as evoking the fairy tale nature and fantastic, exaggerated tone of the film.’
    • ‘Ironically, this swing to defensive dominance and offensive timidness is contrary to how the rules are set up.’
    • ‘However, I think I can get over my timidness for this.’
    • ‘Determined to keep my head and not let my customary timidness send me into a panic, I took a deep breath and tried to think logically.’

Pronunciation

timidness

/ˈtɪmɪdnəs/