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Definition of "woodenness" [wood•en•ness]

  • The state of being wooden. (noun)

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Use "woodenness" in a sentence
  • "The apathy and "woodenness" of children under average modes of pedagogy is apparent to anyone who is interested enough to observe."
  • "What reader of novels has not felt the "woodenness" of this mode of telling?"
  • "Mr. Gryzlov, 61 years old, long embodied the woodenness and sense of entitlement of Russia's ruling party under Mr. Putin, and once famously remarked that Parliament was "no place for discussion.""