Definition of unsusceptibility in English:

unsusceptibility

noun

  • See unsusceptible

    • ‘The facing layer must therefore have the highest possible unsusceptibility to shrinkage cracking, weather resistance and frost resistance.’
    • ‘They develop unsusceptibility in the organic structure and speed up the sluggish metabolic charge per unit in the body.’
    • ‘There is not only complete absence from pain, but as complete unsusceptibility to general drug action.’
    • ‘They also aid in boosting the unsusceptibility by increasing the white blood cell count and aid the body fighting against disease producing micro-organisms.’
    • ‘Researchers are also investigating CIA's possible to hike unsusceptibility and cut down symptoms of inflammatory upsets such as as allergic reactions and asthma.’

Pronunciation

unsusceptibility

/ʌnsəsɛptɪˈbɪlɪti/