Definition of unobtrusiveness in US English:

unobtrusiveness

noun

  • See unobtrusive

    • ‘Don Corleone is a technicolour character who lives life with a blend of unobtrusiveness and swagger.’
    • ‘Maybe unobtrusiveness was what Gray was going for, but it is possible to be understated without being monotonous.’
    • ‘But keepers of the Coldplay and Travis flames will warm to its inoffensiveness, its unobtrusiveness and its lack of challenge.’
    • ‘Owen also provides plenty of poignancy, and does so with admirable unobtrusiveness.’
    • ‘William Ivey Long's dress for Miss Gien is a simple, beige, loose-fitting second skin; Larry Moss has directed with similar unobtrusiveness.’

Pronunciation

unobtrusiveness

/ˌənəbˈtro͞osivnəs//ˌənəbˈtrusɪvnəs/