Definition of intensiveness in US English:

intensiveness

noun

  • See intensive

    • ‘The labor intensiveness of these teams' undertakings virtually mandated collaboration, and often prompted recourse to numerous hands.’
    • ‘The meat ends up looking like it has been left out in the snow because of the intensiveness of the white fat marbling.’
    • ‘The development of the sugar industry was directly linked with the African slave trade, due to the harsh physical demands and labour intensiveness of farming sugar.’
    • ‘However, due to solar activity and meteorological conditions intensiveness of geopathy radiation might change.’
    • ‘At a cost of a billion dollars, the modern paper mill ranks first among industries in terms of capital intensiveness.’