Definition of collectiveness in US English:

collectiveness

noun

  • See collective

    • ‘It's time to hook into that collectiveness that is humanity and be a part of it.’
    • ‘An activist leader, Zarni, also commented on the advantage of using the Internet to share information, as well as the advantageous psychological factor that it provided by giving the activists a sense of collectiveness.’
    • ‘The author does not discuss the collectiveness that characterizes many non-Western cultures and how that too may be a positive influence on prognosis for schizophrenics in those countries.’
    • ‘The collectiveness of cell movement was characterized by statistical analysis.’
    • ‘What stands us out form other teams in Europe is the collectiveness and team spirit shown by all players.’