Meaning of unknownness in English:

unknownness

Pronunciation /ʌnˈnəʊnnɪs/

noun

See unknown

‘Clearly, West Mexico's ‘unknownness’ rendered its grave goods malleable signifiers, and ironically, the ceramics' relative anonymity both led to and coexisted with regular appearances in twentieth-century visual culture.’
  • ‘The externalisation of the world, the unknownness of the mind and the unknownness of the universe are the same.’
  • ‘At the most it may be unknown, but that unknownness will disappear and it will be transformed into a known thing.’
  • ‘Concerning the unknownness, generally there are two cases: a completely unknown case, and a partly unknown case.’
  • ‘Yet they also fear it because of its unknownness and its obvious dangers.’