Definition of unfriendliness in English:

unfriendliness

noun

  • See unfriendly

    • ‘It is generally not regarded as being as friendly as Glasgow - and that is probably true - but Edinburgh's problem is probably reserve, rather than real unfriendliness.’
    • ‘The hall inside echoed with cold unfriendliness.’
    • ‘Surprised by this attitude of greed and unfriendliness, I will confess that I declined to pay.’
    • ‘To protect themselves from accusations of bullying unfriendliness, these kids are really really nice to everybody all the time.’
    • ‘Again, I've found myself in a city where by comparison I start thinking that London's cold, unfriendliness where no-one looks at anyone in the eye is actually rather pleasant.’

Pronunciation

unfriendliness

/ʌnˈfrɛn(d)lɪnəs/