Definition of effusiveness in English:

effusiveness

noun

See effusive

  • ‘Her natural effusiveness and love of writing - she reads about six books at a time - make her an irresistible bookseller.’
  • ‘The doctor, who was not known for his effusiveness said simply, ‘You won't have any problems,’ and that was it.’
  • ‘He is a quietly-spoken individual off the park, not given to effusiveness or hyperbole.’
  • ‘She describes her experiences on the film with a sort of breathless effusiveness.’
  • ‘Whenever she came to the office the same effusiveness she so generously gave to me was also shown to my staff.’

Pronunciation

effusiveness

/ɪˈfjuːsɪvnəs/