noxiousness[ nok-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF noxiousness
Synonyms for noxiousness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NOXIOUSNESS
He has had great success with women and therein lies his noxiousness.
The element which I breathed appeared to have stagnated into noxiousness and putrefaction.
c.1500, from Latin noxius "hurtful, injurious," from noxa "injury, hurt, damage entailing liability" (related to nocere "to hurt," and to nex "slaughter"), from PIE *nek-ro-, causative form of root *nek- "death" (see necro-).