Definition of imaginativeness in US English:

imaginativeness

noun

  • See imaginative

    • ‘But, whatever one may think of the arguments of the earlier chapters, few readers will fail to be struck by the verve, imaginativeness and subtlety of the later ones.’
    • ‘The bantering continues, gathering enthusiasm and imaginativeness with every new narrative until one of the raconteurs starts gesticulating frantically towards the road ahead.’
    • ‘That is, the norms are not invented, but inventiveness and imaginativeness in their use is essential and to be encouraged.’
    • ‘I long to see this wonderful collection of dancers dancing, really dancing, using their astonishing gifts to the full, on a big stage, with music or sound that matches in imaginativeness and richness what they have to offer.’
    • ‘I do think that I learned a degree of humility, flexibility, and imaginativeness from getting to know people from very different backgrounds.’

Pronunciation

imaginativeness

/iˈmaj(ə)nədivnis/