Definition of actability in English:

actability

noun

  • See act

    • ‘A way to endorse social actability by allowing artists, DJ's and audience to participate in live battles.’
    • ‘Granville-Barker's ‘Preface’, of 1927, successfully refutes Lamb's criticism of the play's actability.’
    • ‘Filmwriting for actability, action, and structure.’

Pronunciation

actability

/-ˈbɪlɪti/