Pronunciation: [fˈiːndɪʃnəsɪz] (IPA)

The word "fiendishnesses" is a mouthful for many English speakers due to its complex spelling. It is pronounced /ˈfiːn.dɪʃ.nəs.ɪz/ and consists of three syllables. The /f/ sound at the beginning is followed by a long /iː/ sound, then a /n.d/ combination making up the second syllable. The final syllable includes the /ʃ/ sound and the plural ending /-ɪz/. This word refers to something that is devilishly cruel or wicked. Its spelling may be challenging, but it's essential for expanding your vocabulary and language skills.

Common Misspellings for FIENDISHNESSES

  • fiendishneses
  • diendishnesses
  • ciendishnesses
  • viendishnesses
  • giendishnesses
  • tiendishnesses
  • riendishnesses
  • fuendishnesses
  • fjendishnesses
  • fkendishnesses
  • foendishnesses
  • f9endishnesses
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  • fiwndishnesses
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  • fidndishnesses
  • firndishnesses
  • fi4ndishnesses
  • fi3ndishnesses
  • fiebdishnesses


The word "fiendishnesses" is derived from the base word "fiendish", which comes from the Middle English word "fendisch" or "feendisch". The term ultimately traces its origins to the Old English word "feond", meaning "enemy" or "devil".

Adding the suffix "-ness" creates the noun form, indicating a state or quality. Thus, "fiendishness" refers to the state or quality of being fiendish or wicked.

By adding an additional "-es" to the end of "fiendishness", the plural form is created, resulting in "fiendishnesses". This plural form can be used to describe multiple instances or occurrences of fiendishness.


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