noun (plural disamenities)[mass noun]
The unpleasant quality or character of something: two rapidly growing sources of disamenity are air travel and tourism
More example sentences
- Interestingly, the marginal disamenity cost of noise fell across this range: in other words, as noise levels rise, each extra increment causes less extra disamenity than at lower noise levels.
- And that has to override any ‘disamenity or disruption’ that may befall the unfortunate residents of Erris in the months and years ahead.
- To be sure, one could also argue that visible drug dealing itself affects locational decisions on the part of entrepreneurs by functioning as a perceived ‘disamenity’.