Definition of ambiguousness in US English:

ambiguousness

noun

  • See ambiguous

    • ‘Brandi realized the ambiguousness of her phrase.’
    • ‘Nowadays, directors overuse music, lighting, and camera angles to destroy any ambiguousness in characters.’
    • ‘Fans of the first film will agree that the sheer ambiguousness and enigmatic status of the film's villain was the main ingredient that catapulted the original into cult status.’
    • ‘I loved the ambiguousness and the honesty, the emotional resonance of being completely forthright and yet respectful of the subject matter.’
    • ‘He carries off the ambiguousness of Prot's character with understated precision.’

Pronunciation

ambiguousness

/æmˈbɪɡjuəsnəs//amˈbiɡyo͞oəsnəs/