Meaning of uxoriousness in English:

uxoriousness

noun

See uxorious

  • ‘He's a series of contradictory characteristics - valor/cowardice, nobility/cravenness, promiscuity / uxoriousness, selfishness/camaraderie, and every one of them is genuine, as the situation demands.’
  • ‘Virtually nothing is seen of his 25-year relationship with his second wife, Julia, who, he says, steered him from a failing marriage and compulsive promiscuity into ‘a harbour of safe uxoriousness’.’
  • ‘The upper-class is too immured in money and cushioned by creature comforts and servants to know anything about uxoriousness.’
  • ‘But this is a rag-bag of a play, not much helped by the director who, through misplaced uxoriousness, has preserved every word.’

Pronunciation

uxoriousness

/ʌkˈsɔːrɪəsnəs/