Definition of perfunctoriness in US English:

perfunctoriness

noun

  • See perfunctory

    • ‘The other leaders of the democracy movement protested at the severity of the sentence and the perfunctoriness of the trial, but few openly supported his political demands.’
    • ‘This Polish-Thai gastronomic centaur signals either overinventiveness or a commendable resistance to good cooking's greatest foe, perfunctoriness.’
    • ‘What is notable about the commentary in this instance is its utter perfunctoriness.’

Pronunciation

perfunctoriness

/pərˈfəNG(k)t(ə)rēnəs//pərˈfəŋ(k)t(ə)rinəs/