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Definition of "disagreeableness" [dis•a•gree•a•ble•ness]

  • The state or quality of being disagreeable. (noun)
  • A disagreeable behaviour, occurrence, etc. (noun)

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Use "disagreeableness" in a sentence
  • "His disagreeableness was the one present pain, but behind it was undefined consternation, for she perceived that, at any rate, he did not think"
  • "Anthea and Cyril each had a private struggle with that inside disagreeableness which is part of all of us, and which is sometimes called the Old Adam -- and both were victors."
  • "The Charlie Brown Theory of Personality, James C Kaufman PhD posits the theory that Lucy represents "disagreeableness"."