Definition of liquidness in US English:

liquidness

noun

  • See liquid

    • ‘Every movement of the eyeball becomes exaggerated, and there's a liquidness to the lens itself.’
    • ‘Her studio is a laboratory in which she experiments with various color combinations, degrees of liquidness, and/or tighter or looser intervals between wider or narrower bands and streaks.’
    • ‘But perhaps ‘established trade practice’ in the hair products industry puts the line between solid and liquid directly between the solidy liquidness of shampoo and the liquidy solidness of gel.’

Pronunciation

liquidness

/ˈlikwidnəs//ˈlɪkwɪdnəs/