Definition of unshockability in English:

unshockability

noun

  • See unshockable

    • ‘You can sense the crowd patting itself on the back at its unshockability.’
    • ‘But because it also seeks to congratulate its audience for its urbane unshockability, it never strays beyond the limits of middlebrow complacency.’
    • ‘But then, haven't unpunished cases of bare-faced impunity sent all of us into unshockability?’
    • ‘They recognise one another through their knowledge of shared trivia, yet there is also an element of bravado and deliberate unshockability.’
    • ‘It would be an advantage to possess the following: good legs, unshockability, cast-iron constitution, curiosity, ingenuity, high IQ.’

Pronunciation

unshockability

/ʌnʃɒkəˈbɪlɪti/