Definition of seriality in English:

seriality

noun

  • See serial

    • ‘She has developed a means by which to make chance contend with narrative; lyricism with cacophony and seriality.’
    • ‘In a more general sense, seriality as an artistic organizational method was in wide use in the middle decades of the century.’
    • ‘Yet for all their apparent seriality, the paintings are by no means repetitive or limited by one formal model.’
    • ‘The postcard can be thought of as an ambivalent object, produced between spatial and temporal locations, between seriality and personalization.’
    • ‘Not only does their very seriality suggest a relentless stream of crime, but the programmes themselves are organised around the repetitive replay of similar footage.’

Pronunciation

seriality

/sɪərɪˈalɪti/