incommutability

noun
in·​com·​mut·​abil·​i·​ty | \¦inkəˌmyütəˈbilətē\
plural -es

Definition of incommutability 

: the quality or state of being incommutable

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History and Etymology for incommutability

Late Latin incommutabilitas, from Latin incommutabilis + -itas -ity

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