Meaning of separateness in English:

separateness

noun

See separate

‘Because their patriotism was often expressed collectively, many groups remained distinct and conscious of their identity and separateness.’
  • ‘Cut off by the Delaware River on the northeast and the bay on the west, the people developed a spirit of separateness and self-conscious identity.’
  • ‘Children are left uninterrupted, undistracted, unbothered; their distinctness and separateness are respected.’
  • ‘Of course, this is a common phenomenon all over the world, as language is a powerful means to assert group identity and separateness from the dominant culture.’
  • ‘Through acts of self-giving or charity, one loses the illusion of the separateness of the self.’