noun ver·bal·i·ty \ˌvərˈbalətē, -lətē, -i\

Definition of verbality



  1. 1 :  verbiage prolix, drawling stuff, full of stale, puling verbality — G. T. Buckley

  2. 2 :  a verbal statement or formulation if they agree with these verbalities and effects, we can know that our ideas of the past are true — William James

  3. 3 :  the quality or nature of a verb

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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