Definition of compulsoriness in US English:

compulsoriness

noun

  • See compulsory

    • ‘The second and third factors both depend on the first, the compulsoriness of sense experience versus the non-compulsoriness of religious experience.’
    • ‘We reiterate the compulsoriness of using sleep sacks in all huts, without exception.’
    • ‘The most substantial distinction is between the fundamental position of compulsoriness in Theosophy, vegetarianism and articles of belief, and the position of free choice in all these matters.’
    • ‘Figure 4 provides a framework for these broad categories of policy instruments, arranged along a continuum in terms of their degree of compulsoriness.’
    • ‘If there be one compelling test of compulsoriness, it seems clearly to be that of the logical relationship of all claims in any given litigation.’

Pronunciation

compulsoriness

/kəmˈpəls(ə)rēnəs//kəmˈpəls(ə)rinəs/