Meaning of demonstrativeness in English:


Pronunciation /dɪˈmɒnstrətɪvnəs/


See demonstrative

‘Emotional demonstrativeness has never been our particular modus operandi.’
  • ‘Neither was given to demonstrativeness and communicated quietly the pain of ultimate separation.’
  • ‘Her mother's warmth and demonstrativeness were coupled with a decisive bias toward action.’
  • ‘If you tone down your demonstrativeness, you will be able to receive what your quiet friend has to offer.’
  • ‘Parents are also more controlling rather than accepting of their sons’ behavior and facilitate greater emotional demonstrativeness and awareness in their daughters.’