Meaning of meaningfulness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈmiːnɪŋf(ʊ)lnəs/


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‘It is possible that one may not be able to account for the meaningfulness or logical behavior of certain sentences simply on the basis of the denotations (names and descriptions) in the sentence.’
  • ‘I don't think that I am the only one who couldn't help but wonder about the meaningfulness of his job and his mission in life.’
  • ‘If writers were paid per unit of meaningfulness rather than per word or per page, he would have been one of the richest.’
  • ‘He focuses on the meaningfulness and pleasure of the act of making by magnifying and expanding it.’
  • ‘The story is messy and weighed down by its attempts at meaningfulness.’