Definition of tweeness in English:

tweeness

noun

British
  • See twee

    • ‘Every detail of the plot reeks of tweeness, and the score never quite decides whether it is intended as a fairy-tale operetta or a light-hearted musical.’
    • ‘But the truth is the castle has a grandeur that surpasses its tartan tweeness.’
    • ‘More to the point, there was none of the provincial tweeness I had expected to find, only a bright but welcoming interior and a menu that made the mouth water.’
    • ‘The tiny hotel, technically a ‘restaurant with rooms’ as it has only five of them, is a haven of oak-beamed loveliness without an ounce of tweeness to spoil it.’
    • ‘This is, give-or-take some tweeness, an excellent production.’