Definition of visuality in US English:

visuality

noun

  • See visual

    • ‘The dialectic of display and secrecy essential to Mouride visuality is what gives Serigne Faye's imagorium such tangible impact.’
    • ‘The authors then veer away from the visuality they take as their main subject, however, and begin instead to focus on women's songs.’
    • ‘Each demonstrates the ways a book makes an aesthetic experience of space, an experience registered against the long history of thematic links between modern visuality and the city.’
    • ‘In the introduction the reader is presented with the dual concepts of Aura and Icon as reference points in the journey to mapping Mouride visuality.’
    • ‘Visual studies has to think through the ways of thinking about what visuality is - not just to look around at the endless proliferation of images and artifacts.’

Pronunciation

visuality

/ˌvɪʒuˈælədi//ˌviZHo͞oˈalədē/