Definition of intuitiveness in US English:

intuitiveness

noun

  • See intuitive

    • ‘The game's pick up and play intuitiveness will appeal to a broad spectrum of players, in particular the lucrative casual gaming market, yet may also garner approval from hardcore action addicts.’
    • ‘One applies the topical adhesive with the same intuitiveness as drawing on a tablet.’
    • ‘She stands toe to toe with her male counterparts and brings to the boardroom all the intuitiveness and multi-tasking abilities she is reputed for, inevitably impacting the quality of decision-making.’
    • ‘Parenting, mothering in particular, requires a subtle intuitiveness for which there can never be adequate preparation in any job.’
    • ‘‘Our starting point is instinct and intuitiveness,’ Walsh says.’

Pronunciation

intuitiveness

/ɪnˈt(j)uədɪvnəs//inˈt(y)o͞oədivnəs/