Meaning of meaningfulness in English
noun [ U ]
uk /ˈmiː.nɪŋ.fəl.nəs/ us /ˈmiː.nɪŋ.fəl.nəs/
the quality of being useful, serious, or important:
Older adults need to find meaningfulness in their lives, or they may become depressed.
It is perhaps too early to make judgements about the meaningfulness of this sequence of events.
the quality of showing or having meaning:
We should stop measuring art by its meaningfulness.
He took the 50 Number One songs over 50 years and had people rate them for their meaningfulness.
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‘It is possible that one may not be able to account for the meaningfulness or logical behavior of certain sentences simply on the basis of the denotations (names and descriptions) in the sentence.’ ...
Often used with reference to the value of a test of physical performance and to experimental designs used in sport science. For a test or experiment to be meaningful to a particular athlete competing in a particular sport, it must be relevant, valid, reliable, standardized, and repeated sufficiently to minimize the effect of chance factors. ..
mean·ing·ful | \ ˈmē-niŋ-fəl \
Definition of meaningful
1a : having a meaning or purpose The tests did not produce any meaningful results.
b : full of meaning : significant a meaningful life a meaningful relationship
2 : having an assigned function in a language system meaningful propositions ...
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meaningfully \ ˈmē-niŋ-fə-lē
meaningfulness noun ...