Definition of unwieldiness in English:

unwieldiness

noun

  • See unwieldy

    • ‘That fear became an even greater factor when, due to African resistance and rebellion and the unwieldiness of slave-run plantation industrialisation, the slave trade was abolished in 1807.’
    • ‘The company has struggled for years to prove that synergies among branches justify the inherent unwieldiness of a far-flung conglomerate.’
    • ‘The first study showed that birds with long bills spend proportionally more time scratching with their feet than do birds with short bills, presumably as compensation for the unwieldiness of long bills.’
    • ‘And last week the idea of positioning it using an RAF Chinook was abandoned when bad weather and the sheer unwieldiness of the cargo defeated the airlift.’
    • ‘Despite the word's unwieldiness, then, I would propose that mimesis and anti-mimesis confront each other-optically, materially, figuratively-in Triptyque through a logic of ‘photo-scotomization.’’

Pronunciation

unwieldiness

/ʌnˈwiːldɪnəs/