Definition of sociality in English:

sociality

noun

  • See social

    • ‘A revolutionary thinker, Hamilton gave biologists the tools for understanding sociality in all organisms.’
    • ‘Social scientists, and anthropologists in particular, quite often make bold statements about the importance of sociality in human life.’
    • ‘Experts with Gymboree said not only adults need sociality, children from newborns to five-year-olds also need an interest in social events.’
    • ‘The capacity of sociality is a universal character of nature.’
    • ‘Irish sociologists illustrate how the pub is central to Irish sociality and society, and has been closely related to everyday community life.’

Pronunciation

sociality

/ˌsəʊʃɪˈalɪti/