Meaning of undesirableness in English:


Pronunciation /ˌʌndɪˈzʌɪərəblnəs/


See undesirable

‘First, it dilutes the color of undesirable liquids making their undesirableness less apparent at first glance.’
  • ‘The new musician enthusiastically practices the instrument at home unaware of the undesirableness of the squeaking.’
  • ‘Although deeply appreciating the undesirableness of following one whose scholarship is only surpassed by his genius, I found myself unable to refuse.’
  • ‘But your last point is one that I probably agree with the most, that of the undesirableness of the rockstar worship leader.’
  • ‘Instead there develops a growing deep anxiety, and feelings of insecurity, unworthiness, and undesirableness.’