Definition of perdurability in English:

perdurability

noun

formal
  • See perdurable

    • ‘This huge, lavish show shares something with a Swiss watch and a Persian miniature: precision and perdurability in every cog or brush stroke, a harmony previously only imagined in the music of the spheres.’
    • ‘For him the perdurability of her literary style, well exemplified in this passage, can be traced to its occult quality, its ability to convey her ‘private gnosis.’’

Pronunciation

perdurability

/pədjʊərəˈbɪlɪti/