Definition of unambitiousness in English:

unambitiousness

noun

  • See unambitious

    • ‘The poems of Sydney Lea create, even in their apparent unambitiousness, a coherent and heart-touching world.’
    • ‘That's why I'm surprised at his unambitiousness and total lack of jealousy.’
    • ‘But anyone who knows me could tell you that unambitiousness is one of the few things not included on my long list of flaws.’
    • ‘Its author, Professor Ralph Raico, starts off by highlighting Mr. Roosevelt's patrician upbringing, his undistinguished academic record, and his early unambitiousness outside of politics.’
    • ‘Smith's new work presents a stark contrast to the unambitiousness of most new public buildings.’

Pronunciation

unambitiousness

/ˌʌnamˈbɪʃəsnəs/