Definition of wimpishness in English:

wimpishness

noun

informal
  • See wimp

    • ‘Ms Mukherjee ticks off wimpishness, and urges her fans to be utterly honest and loudly clear in communicating what the ‘heart’ says.’
    • ‘To me, the male crèche redefines wimpishness and shows just how complicated and disastrous modern relationships can be when the old traditional roles have become eroded beyond recognition.’
    • ‘Not even the revelations concerning his wimpishness in the face of British obduracy on the very evening of the massacre of Bloody Sunday makes any difference, apparently.’
    • ‘The Wicked one takes a swipe at Canadian wimpishness.’

Pronunciation

wimpishness

/ˈwɪmpɪʃnəs/