Definition of irreconcilability in US English:

irreconcilability

noun

  • See irreconcilable

    • ‘A third possibility is acknowledgment of the conflict and of the irreconcilability of the morality of war and the morality of decency.’
    • ‘Johannes' famous term is actually Kierkegaard's shrewd way of pointing to the irreconcilability of philosophy with biblical narrative.’
    • ‘But even Service cannot ignore one pivotal issue: the irreconcilability of Trotsky's theory of permanent revolution with Stalin's theory of ‘socialism in one country.’’
    • ‘The state is a product and a manifestation of the irreconcilability of class antagonisms.’
    • ‘As a result, the print is ‘a meditation on the irreconcilability of nature and art, personified by man and woman.’’

Pronunciation

irreconcilability

/ɪ(r)ˌrɛk(ə)nˌsaɪləˈbɪlədi//i(r)ˌrek(ə)nˌsīləˈbilədē/