[ US /ɹiˈmoʊtnəs/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪmˈə‍ʊtnəs/ ]
  1. the property of being remote
  2. a disposition to be distant and unsympathetic in manner
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How To Use remoteness In A Sentence

  • Beautiful, green, the remoteness of Exmoor counterpointed by the glorious surf of the Atlantic beaches, coast roads with views of the craggy shoreline. Archive 2009-06-01
  • The art installation suggests the continuity and fragility of Mediterranean civilization, reminding us of the simultaneous remoteness and seamlessness of the past.
  • Its craggy remoteness means I must walk a mile along a clifftop path to reach it. Times, Sunday Times
  • The seriousness of the wrongdoing involved in such offences must be assessed by reference to the interests affected, the remoteness of the harm from the conduct, and culpability.
  • Local factors complicated identities and made remoteness from the centre an unreliable guide to political complexion.
  • her impassive remoteness
  • The market is also somewhere for farmers to network and to dispel feelings of remoteness that they may be experiencing whilst living with their families often in isolated areas.
  • Aided by the remoteness of its location , Machu Picchu escaped destruction.
  • She remembered a remoteness in her stepfather; she saw in him the figure of a man conflicted about involving himself emotionally in the activities of his children.
  • Those saddened by the remoteness of peace in South Asia or the Middle East may be helped by a fourth Hindu concept, that of action without a focus on its fruits.
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