Definition of mistakenness in English:

mistakenness

noun

See mistaken

‘It is obligatory to explain the mistakenness of this expression and to guide them to what is correct.’
  • ‘It is possible to approach the mistakenness of the notion from a variety of perspectives.’
  • ‘On second thought, however, anyone must see the mistakenness of such views, though it is still very difficult to demonstrate the practical utility of public parks to the skeptic.’
  • ‘Let me end with a story, also from the early church, about the mistakenness of our assumptions that we have God, and others do not.’
  • ‘Perhaps the key to overcoming this state is to simply understand its mistakenness.’