Definition of terribleness in English:

terribleness

Pronunciation /ˈterəb(ə)lnəs/ /ˈtɛrəb(ə)lnəs/

noun

See terrible

‘We have to see the reason behind the coercion, to experience the terribleness in the threat, before we, too, feel its presence.’
  • ‘The harsh, methodical thrash of '80s-style death-metal, and annoying and heavy vocal stylings, do nothing to save this album from total terribleness.’
  • ‘The terribleness of The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me as a film is kind of too bad, because the biography here, the story, the real wit and spirit of the writing, deserves a wide audience.’
  • ‘His family knew what we had gone through and wanted to avoid the terribleness of a similar graveside experience.’
  • ‘It isn't rare for people suddenly to feel responsible for the terribleness of things.’