Definition of fancifulness in US English:

fancifulness

noun

  • See fanciful

    • ‘Through his work, he helped sustain the qualities of fancifulness, warmth and consideration that have been so threatened by our coarse, cynical age.’
    • ‘Stephen's bullying self-pity and edgy rationalism ran up sharply against Anny's fancifulness, extravagance and sentiment.’
    • ‘There's a fancifulness and whimsy to the way she draws the human figure.’
    • ‘We sought to add imagination and fancifulness to regular family activities.’

Pronunciation

fancifulness

/ˈfansifəlnəs//ˈfænsɪfəlnəs/