Definition of obtuseness in US English:

obtuseness

noun

  • See obtuse

    • ‘Tracks like ‘Bodies At Rest And In Motion’ can't hide their avant-garde obtuseness, even under skittering drum machines.’
    • ‘Change the Climate's web page reveals nothing unique or provocative except extraordinarily distressing obtuseness.’
    • ‘At the time I couldn't believe the obtuseness of the student.’
    • ‘This quote is almost perfect in its obtuseness.’
    • ‘That requires an extraordinary level of political obtuseness.’

Pronunciation

obtuseness

/äbˈt(y)o͞osnəs/