Definition of temporality
1a : civil or political as distinguished from spiritual or ecclesiastical power or authorityb : an ecclesiastical property or revenue —often used in plural
2 : the quality or state of being temporal
First Known Use of temporality
Rhymes with temporality
abnormality, actuality, amorality, animality, atonality, axiality, bestiality, bilinguality, bimodality, bipedality, cardinality, classicality, coevality, comicality, commonality, communality, conjugality, cordiality, corporality, criminality, criticality, ethicality, externality, factuality, farcicality, fictionality, functionality, generality, geniality, hospitality, ideality, illegality, immorality, immortality, informality, integrality, internality, irreality, joviality, lexicality, liberality, lineality, literality, logicality, lognormality, marginality, musicality, mutuality, nationality, notionality, nuptiality, optimality, parfocality, partiality, personality, physicality, practicality, principality, prodigality, punctuality, quizzicality, rationality, seasonality, sensuality, sexuality, siege mentality, sociality, speciality, subnormality, surreality, technicality, textuality, topicality, triviality, typicality, unmorality, unreality, verticality, virtuality, whimsicality
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