Definition of interminability in US English:

interminability

noun

  • See interminable

    • ‘What some call interminability, I call patience.’
    • ‘Unfortunately, given the interminability of the debate, only a few voices in the book seek to find a tertium quid - that is, a wider outlook that could lift the debate off its current hinges and onto a more illuminative level.’
    • ‘Finally, it refuses to acknowledge the traditional notion of the boundary or frame constituted by the finished work, reveling instead in the interminability of process.’
    • ‘The decisiveness of a battle owes in large part to the swirl conclusion of the war, not its prolongation and apparent interminability.’

Pronunciation

interminability

/-ˌtərmənəˈbilitē/