noun su·pin·i·ty \səˈpinətē, süˈp-\

Definition of supinity



  1. :  supineness Eastern government rested not so much on consent or force, as on the common supinity — T. E. Lawrence

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Origin and Etymology of supinity

Latin supinitat-, supinitas, from supinus supine + -itat-, -itas -ity

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capable of being understood in two ways

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