Definition of communicativeness in English:

communicativeness

Line breaks: com|mu¦ni|ca¦tive|ness
Pronunciation: /kəˈmjuːnɪkətɪvnəs
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The quality of being willing, eager, or able to talk or impart information: his questions encouraged her communicativeness
More example sentences
  • The influence of polls as a type of social indicator should be examined within the context of communicativeness in the modern world.
  • There is a natural opposition between rhythm and harmony, which endow fascination and beauty and enhance the celebratory intent (akin to dancing), and verbal clarity and communicativeness against which musical complexity and ambition may militate.
  • I only found out about the sale today, thanks to the natural communicativeness of lawyers.

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