Meaning of sedateness in English:

sedateness

Pronunciation /sɪˈdeɪtnəs/

Translate sedateness into Spanish

noun

See sedate

‘He has always impressed with the sedateness of his craft; invariably his films are like life in slow motion.’
  • ‘But earlier this year the sedateness was violently disturbed when a gas tanker was deliberately driven into the walls.’
  • ‘If they view the sedateness of the native culture with a skeptical eye, they can also be grateful for it.’
  • ‘My father sat on the edge of my bed, looking at me with perfect sedateness.’
  • ‘Pan simply walks in with god-like sedateness, carrying her off on his shoulder.’