Definition of ineducability in English:

ineducability

noun

  • See ineducable

    • ‘He is curious but not smart, naïve but not noble, and his most outstanding character trait is his ineducability.’
    • ‘The illiteracy of Africans their fundamental ineducability seemed to confirm their primitive status and justify their enslavement.’
    • ‘Continual testing confirmed beliefs about their ineducability, and determined official perceptions about their future performance.’

Pronunciation

ineducability

/ɪnɛdjʊkəˈbɪlɪti/