Definition of collegiality in English:

collegiality

noun

North American
  • See collegial

    • ‘The chief instilled a high tone of collegiality and respect at the Court, even in this period when the justices were deeply and bitterly divided over fundamental issues.’
    • ‘In the Church we need, but don't have, credible and accountable structures of collegiality, subsidiarity and participation, and the spirit to animate them.’
    • ‘In attacking the bank's handling of the foreign exchange scandal, she cited the Warren Buffett comment that the atmosphere in a boardroom can lead to collegiality trumping independence.’
    • ‘There's a camaraderie, a collegiality among former presidents and present presidents and first ladies that I'm really looking forward to tomorrow.’
    • ‘‘Those who are with the civil rights agenda must not choose collegiality over civil rights and social justice,’ says the Rev.’

Pronunciation

collegiality

/kəliːdʒɪˈalɪti/