Meaning of meditativeness in English:



See meditative

‘Of course, you need a quiet place, and time to observe and to attain a state of meditativeness and contemplativeness.’
  • ‘The best pieces are the ones with the least instrumentation - they reward the careful listener with flashes of warmth and meditativeness in the midst of the chilly haze.’
  • ‘Already from the very beginning his poetry has been marked by a kind of Oriental peace and meditativeness.’
  • ‘So learn to be more meditative, and let your creativity be secondary to your meditativeness.’
  • ‘Swords are not needed, bombs are not needed; what is needed is more alertness, more meditativeness, more love, more prayerfulness, more gratitude.’



/ˈmɛdɪˌtətɪvnəs/ /ˈmɛdɪˌteɪtɪvnəs/