Meaning of tendentiousness in English:

tendentiousness

Pronunciation /tɛnˈdɛnʃəsnəs/

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noun

See tendentious

‘He criticizes the proletarian literature of his day for its tendentiousness.’
  • ‘A brief review of the data is sufficient to demonstrate the tendentiousness of the exercise.’
  • ‘We'll be saying more about the tendentiousness involved in these arguments.’
  • ‘The tendentiousness of the writing seems to conceal some deeper agenda.’
  • ‘His books are model monographs, daunting in their research and free of tendentiousness.’