Definition of lustfulness in US English:

lustfulness

noun

  • See lustful

    • ‘And why is it that the research has never been done on the effect of booze on women's lustfulness?’
    • ‘In his travel writing, and increasingly in his fiction, there's a theme of lustfulness.’
    • ‘At the same time, his bad temper and lustfulness make him a mirror of his master, and this makes the mistaken identities of Act Two (and Leporello's eventual repentance) all the more realistic.’
    • ‘This I vow in full knowledge of my sins of pride and vanity and lustfulness, and of those sins known and unknown of my husband, and those too of my boy.’

Pronunciation

lustfulness

/ˈləs(t)fəlnəs//ˈləs(t)fəlnəs/