Did you maybe mean divisiveness?
- dismissive + -ness (Wiktionary)
“That dismissiveness is broken, every now and again, with a word (or, more commonly, and internal monologue) about his unspoken respect.”
“While I think his ethical position is, if uninteresting, unexceptionable enough, his refusal to confront the political connection Foucault makes except with such bland dismissiveness is insufficient precisely because uninteresting.”
“By contrast, you’ve adopted a general tone of near contempt and dismissiveness from the start (from the point where you more recent responded directly to me.”
“He wanted us to see through Brian O’Nolan and his hard-boiled Dublin dismissiveness, to see beyond the local legend of wasted talent.”
“Documents from early in the year suggest a casual dismissiveness of the rebellion.”
“On the contrary, I see unending contempt for heroes around him, and a regular dismissiveness in his dealings with him.”
“Well, there's a whole continuum of agnosticism but there generally isn't the contempt or dismissiveness or ridicule (think Bill Maher's film Religulous) of religion.”
“Coming from someone with such a powerful position in journalism, this represents a remarkable level of dismissiveness towards the way millions and millions of people prefer to consume news these days.”
“So when President Obama went to Massachusetts to try to revive DemocratMartha Coakley's hapless campaign and in the process dismissed Brown's truck, it symbolized something much larger — the dismissiveness Democrats have directed at independents who have been leaving them in droves.”
“If you can suffer through the dismissiveness of the supporting characters, and Vlad's less-than-enthralling pines for Meredith, there's a decent little story to be had here.”
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