introspectiveness


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Noun1.introspectiveness - thoughtfulness about your own situation and feelings
thoughtfulness - the trait of thinking carefully before acting
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introspectiveness

[ˌɪntrəʊˈspektɪvnɪs] Nintrospección f
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introspectiveness

n (of novel, remarks)introspektiver Charakter; (of person)Neigung fzur Selbstbeobachtung or Introspektion (geh)
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