Definition of incorporeality in US English:

incorporeality

noun

  • See incorporeal

    • ‘My basic form expands and this very expansion from an uncertain core makes for the feel of incorporeality in my paintings.’
    • ‘One could object that the incorporeality of God can have no corporeal image.’
    • ‘There is an element of incorporeality - a deeply felt relationality that when attended to serves to bind us to place.’
    • ‘Rich, thick areas of paint draw the viewer into a world of illumination and incorporeality where the heart communicates to all of the senses in a manner that defies definition.’
    • ‘The intermingling of mediums scrambled distinctions between flatness and depth, stasis and motion, tactility and incorporeality.’

Pronunciation

incorporeality

/ˌinˌkôrˌpôrēˈalədē//ˌɪnˌkɔrˌpɔriˈælədi/