Meaning of diminutiveness in English:

diminutiveness

noun

See diminutive

  • ‘It's perhaps her suppleness and quick movements which give the impression of diminutiveness and which allow her to walk as though she's on little springs.’
  • ‘Near the base of one of the angled panels is a tiny forest-green rectangle, like a door, and its diminutiveness makes the whole structure feel gigantic.’
  • ‘Indeed, the diminutiveness of the standard error worsens, the larger the t that is required.’
  • ‘He gets out an immense sword to battle with, smiling at the diminutiveness of Travis's weapon.’

Pronunciation

diminutiveness

/dɪˈmɪnjʊtɪvnəs/