meanness (Meaning)

Wordnet

meanness (n)

the quality of being deliberately mean

extreme stinginess

Webster

meanness (n.)

The condition, or quality, of being mean; want of excellence; poorness; lowness; baseness; sordidness; stinginess.

A mean act; as, to be guilty of meanness.

meanness Sentence Examples

  1. His meanness towards others alienated him from society.
  2. The teacher's meanness left a lasting scar on the students' self-esteem.
  3. The neighbor's meanness made us wary of interacting with them.
  4. The boss's meanness created a toxic work environment.
  5. Their meanness was evident in their refusal to help those in need.
  6. The child's meanness extended to tormenting smaller animals.
  7. The bullies' meanness made school an ordeal for the victim.
  8. The politician's meanness alienated potential voters.
  9. The critic's meanness was thinly disguised as constructive criticism.
  10. The corporation's meanness was reflected in its exploitative labor practices.

FAQs About the word meanness

the quality of being deliberately mean, extreme stinginessThe condition, or quality, of being mean; want of excellence; poorness; lowness; baseness; sordidness;

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hospitality, passion, passion, hospitality, civility, amiability, friendliness, amiability,love, devotion

His meanness towards others alienated him from society.

The teacher's meanness left a lasting scar on the students' self-esteem.

The neighbor's meanness made us wary of interacting with them.

The boss's meanness created a toxic work environment.