Definition of materiality
1 : the quality or state of being material
2 : something that is material
Examples of materiality in a Sentence
preferred a single materiality to a slew of hypotheticals
the materiality of that fact is not in dispute
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For ten years, Monocle has successfully catered to the world’s status-conscious, globe-trotting elite by offering them exclusivity, materiality and identity.
The abstract imagery Foxwell creates with WoodSwimmer takes viewers on a deep dive into both the materiality of the wood and the time inbeded in its shape.
The Rev. Ransome decries the widow’s faith in materiality; Cora mocks the minister’s blindness to anything new.
A United Airlines spokeswoman declined to comment on questions about the materiality of the incident.
Companies must make determinations on materiality regularly, and people can disagree on these assessments.
This emphasis on materiality is essential to Berger’s writing.
Clearly, Foucault does not name media per se, and only offers hints of leverage into media through institutions, inscription, and materiality.
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