Definition of inexcitability in English:

inexcitability

noun

rare
  • See inexcitable

    • ‘This summer's inexcitability has driven me to think about my past and reflect on how lucky I am.’
    • ‘I am guessing that deep down inside my inexcitability about life was just a temporary glitch and I am an optimist after all.’
    • ‘Functional changes can cause electrical inexcitability of nerves and muscles with reversible muscle weakness.’
    • ‘The inexcitability, this presence at all times of power not used, I regard as the great safeguard of our British people.’
    forbearance, tolerance, restraint, self-restraint, resignation, stoicism, fortitude, sufferance, endurance
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Pronunciation

inexcitability

/ɪnɪksʌɪtəˈbɪlɪti/