ecumenicity

noun
ec·u·me·nic·i·ty | \ˌe-kyə-mə-ˈni-sə-tē, -me-, -kyü-\

Definition of ecumenicity 

: the quality or state of being drawn close to others through ecumenism

First Known Use of ecumenicity

1840, in the meaning defined above

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