Definition of tackiness in English:

tackiness

Translate tackiness into Spanish

noun

See tacky

‘The primer seals the floor, increases the tackiness of the floor and improves the adhesive qualities.’
  • ‘Depending on the tackiness of the glue you use, you may have to hold each of these stands on while the glue dries.’

Pronunciation

tackiness

/ˈtakēnəs/ /ˈtækinəs/

noun

informal

See tacky

‘I urge you all to grab a camera and go riding through the night, spying on your gaudy neighbors, as I will award a prize to the person who sends me the picture of the most horrible display of Christmas tackiness.’
  • ‘In some of the wealthier suburbs over there, they get in electrical contractors to do a professional lighting job on their houses and, unfortunately, tackiness often wins out over good taste.’
  • ‘It could be described as the ultimate in souvenir tackiness.’
  • ‘If you're going to be accused of tackiness, why not make the most of it?’
  • ‘I can't remember much of the day except that we ate chips on the seafront and laughed at the sheer tackiness of everything.’

Pronunciation

tackiness

/ˈtakēnəs/ /ˈtækinəs/