Definition of woolliness in US English:

woolliness

noun

  • See woolly

    • ‘On the other hand the idea of mental ecology could sort of sound a bit like new age woolliness.’
    • ‘In his books, journalism and pamphlets he likes to present himself as a serious counterweight to what he sees as the woolliness and scaremongering of environmentalists.’
    • ‘‘This man deserves the award for woolliness in his answers,’ countered Enda.’
    • ‘You swipe your finger on this scanner, and software then tries to make up for your mental woolliness.’
    • ‘To expose the woolliness of this proposition takes a little bit of reasoning, but it is well worth the effort.’

Pronunciation

woolliness

/ˈwʊlinəs//ˈwo͝olēnəs/