Definition of unconditionality in English:

unconditionality

noun

  • See unconditional

    • ‘A fierce battle must be fought against this situation in the National Socialist spirit, and this spirit cannot be allowed to be suffocated by humanizing, Christian ideas that suppress its unconditionality…’
    • ‘One of the most distinct characteristics of a parent/child relationship is its unconditionality.’
    • ‘A calling, in its unconditionality, demands great personal sacrifice.’
    • ‘Trust, by contrast, emerges only as an element of a very particular type of unconditionality, one based upon the autonomous acts of individuals.’
    • ‘Then there is love you have for your spouse or significant other - it tends to be unconditional to a point - but in most cases, you do choose who you love and so that unconditionality is limited.’

Pronunciation

unconditionality

/ʌnkəndɪʃ(ə)ˈnalɪti/