Definition of intangibility in US English:

intangibility

noun

  • See intangible

    • ‘One of the few hard facts about brands is their intangibility.’
    • ‘While exploiting the materiality of the mirror, Sexton's writing's primary interest is in the compelling intangibility of the reflection.’
    • ‘But the surreal intangibility of her surroundings was probably enhanced by her lack of sleep as well.’
    • ‘Despite the apparent intangibility of the wings, they had torn narrow holes in the back of her shirt.’
    • ‘In addition, accomplishments are difficult to detect because of their inherent intangibility and measurement difficulty.’

Pronunciation

intangibility

/ˌɪnˌtændʒəˈbɪlədi//ˌinˌtanjəˈbilədē/