Woodenness

Wood'en┬Ěness noun Quality of being wooden; clumsiness; stupidity; blockishness. « We set our faces against the woodenness which then characterized German philology.» Sweet.
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woodenness

Quality of being wooden; clumsiness; stupidity; blockishness. 'We set our faces against the woodenness which then characterised German philology.' (Sweet) ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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woodenness

noun the quality of being wooden and awkward; `he criticized the woodenness of the acting`; `there was a certain woodenness in his replies`
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Woodenness

• (n.) Quality of being wooden; clumsiness; stupidity; blockishness.
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