Meaning of hoariness in English:

hoariness

noun

See hoary

  • ‘The hoariness of the adage does not reduce its truth.’
  • ‘Their broad leaves instead of appearing glossy and green as usual, now are dusted with pale, silvery hoariness.’
  • ‘Surely my bones are weakened and my head flares with hoariness!’
  • ‘As the season advances this hoariness increases, and towards the end of the summer the undersides of some of the branches are invested with a thick downy substance, so long as at times to be sensibly agitated by the air.’
  • ‘My interest in this isn't to mock newspapers for their hoariness.’

Pronunciation

hoariness

/ˈhɔːrɪnəs/