Definition of mechanicalness in US English:

mechanicalness

noun

  • See mechanical

    • ‘The mechanicalness in our behavior that has been established almost from the time we were born, has to be changed.’
    • ‘The mechanicalness of it doesn't really leave room for you to consider the other person, even though that's all it feels as if you're doing.’
    • ‘There are other ways of interpreting why this is funny, such as that it was his humanity, his belief in the chair, that we laugh at, not his mechanicalness.’
    • ‘One of the most important areas of mechanicalness to observe in yourself is your sexual activity.’
    • ‘The cars looked strong and powerful, but with lots of, well, I guess, mechanicalness.’

Pronunciation

mechanicalness

/məˈkænɪk(ə)lnəs//məˈkanik(ə)lnəs/