Definition of eternality in English:

eternality

noun

  • See eternal

    • ‘Sweden's remarkable literary jury has for the second consecutive year held up a mirror to the values and politics of our times while honoring the eternality of great art.’
    • ‘The covenant which God made with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob promised two things to their descendants: the eternality of the Jewish people and the Land of Israel.’
    • ‘The stars, which symbolized infinity and eternality, suggested hope and shine in darkness.’
    • ‘Reflecting on the many attributes of God - his eternality, omniscience and omnipotence; his holiness and sinless purity; his love and mercy - should draw from us supreme praise and worship.’
    • ‘It possesses three spiritual qualities, namely eternality, knowledge, and bliss.’

Pronunciation

eternality

/iːˌtəːˈnalɪti//ɪˌtəːˈnalɪti/