Definition of religiousness in US English:

religiousness

noun

  • See religious

    • ‘Her mother's religiousness and father's eclectic occupation as Professor of English gave her a strong grounding and exposure to Indian and Western intellect.’
    • ‘In fact, there are now many empirical studies, both clinical and nonclinical, on religiousness and spirituality that are being published in top-tier research journals.’
    • ‘And my early religiousness gradually developed into monotheism.’
    • ‘Participants' ratings of their own religiousness or the importance of religion in their lives was used most often, but their effects were less consistent.’
    • ‘Some of them experience a rush of sudden religiousness and pray to my creators, or even to me.’

Pronunciation

religiousness

/rəˈlijəsnəs//rəˈlɪdʒəsnəs/