Definition of meddlesomeness in English:

meddlesomeness

noun

  • See meddlesome

    • ‘Now Emma has found what she has really been looking for, which enables her to shed her false meddlesomeness forever.’
    • ‘He alleged that the president had periodically bribed legislators to remove their officers who resisted presidential meddlesomeness.’
    • ‘Other traits for which people found fault with him were his great strictness, his curiosity and his meddlesomeness.’
    • ‘Alas, he had underestimated the vengeful meddlesomeness of the bureaucrats.’
    • ‘It wasn't a bad mood per se but it did contain more than my recommended daily dose of meddlesomeness.’

Pronunciation

meddlesomeness

/ˈmɛdlsəmnəs//ˈmedlsəmnəs/