Definition of movability in English:

movability

noun

  • See movable

    • ‘But, in my opinion, these factors are not enough to outweigh its general character of moveability.’
    • ‘A leather loincloth provides a bit of modesty and moveability.’
    • ‘I checked my movability; the IVs and and other things hindered movement, but I could still move my arms.’
    • ‘The only properties that the wax seems to have essentially are extension, flexibility, and movability in space.’
    • ‘The art of hiding requires excellent moveability, and none of what you have will qualify.’

Pronunciation

movability

/muːvəˈbɪlɪti/