Definition of immateriality in US English:

immateriality

noun

  • See immaterial

    • ‘So you are embracing video's immateriality but also raising the need for materiality.’
    • ‘‘The immateriality of electronic texts is unsettling, a turn-off.’’
    • ‘Once again matter has disappeared, this time giving way to the immateriality of communication, where everything is discourse and discourse is everything.’
    • ‘The artist's touch is rendered as something palpable that intrudes on the immateriality of the photographic representation, to which the finger points - from inside the representation, as it were.’
    • ‘‘The paintings are constantly changing in different light conditions, effecting a fluctuation between materiality and immateriality,’ she adds.’

Pronunciation

immateriality

/ˌi(m)məˌtirēˈalədē//ˌɪ(m)məˌtɪriˈælədi/