Definition of disruptiveness in English:

disruptiveness

noun

See disruptive

  • ‘It is a suicidal folly to condone, much less encourage, any anarchic agenda, overlooking its disruptiveness in the national context.’
  • ‘All evidence points towards its disruptiveness and the fact that the organization and its leadership was not a part of the freedom struggle.’
  • ‘Can you disaggregate the student's disruptiveness from his being out of step with the rest of the class?’
  • ‘Does giftedness sometimes lead to an uncooperative attitude or disruptiveness?’
  • ‘Common sense in a capitalist system tends to dictate the importance of the former and the disruptiveness of the latter.’

Pronunciation

disruptiveness

/dɪsˈrʌptɪvnəs/