Definition of unrepeatability in US English:

unrepeatability

noun

  • See unrepeatable

    • ‘Souvenirs are the traces that replace the event with narrative, and the desire for them arises from the impression of unrepeatability of the event, or longing for the vanished original.’
    • ‘All of the many variables in the process can affect the outcome and this is why it always had a reputation for unpredictability and unrepeatability.’
    • ‘At the macroscopic level of everyday life, by contrast, disorder, randomness, and unrepeatability appear.’
    • ‘The implication is that we are being asked to produce standards for unrepeatability.’
    • ‘If this is not the issue, all our discussion about the unrepeatability of the twenties or thirties is nothing but historicism.’

Pronunciation

unrepeatability

/-ˌpētəˈbilətē/