Definition of vulnerableness in English:

vulnerableness

noun

  • See vulnerable

    • ‘The nuts, on the leading screw pair in the feeder have a long service life because they are made of tin bronze to avoid vulnerableness.’
    • ‘Something about his voice, the vulnerableness of it, just drew me in.’
    • ‘Someone who isn't afraid to express her true feelings and communicate openly at the risk of exposing her vulnerableness.’
    • ‘What bothers me most about the F80 / N80 is the apparent vulnerableness of the controls.’
    • ‘The emotions that the sculpture evokes are fear and vulnerableness.’

Pronunciation

vulnerableness

/ˈvʌln(ə)rəblnəs/