Meaning of invidiousness in English:

invidiousness

Pronunciation /ɪnˈvɪdɪəsnəs/

noun

See invidious

‘The real invidiousness is now in the record, implying as it does that Pasolini's work has a dangerous quality to it that Breillat's doesn't.’
  • ‘That is why, of course, we do not rely upon either the artificiality or the incongruity of the exercise, let alone its invidiousness.’