Definition of whimsicality in US English:

whimsicality

noun

  • See whimsical

    • ‘It can carry with it aspects of arbitrariness or domineeringness, or whimsicality or abstractedness.’
    • ‘Multiple realities and morphing characters can be a fruitful release from normal narrative, but they also release you from discipline, leaving the author prey to whimsicality and stray associations.’
    • ‘I love the Irish and their whimsicality - I have a lot of it in me.’
    • ‘His collection combines luxury, whimsicality and wearability, all guided by his designer's instinct.’
    • ‘Editors are likely to suggest nuanced typographical layouts based on the seriousness or whimsicality of the work in order to evoke a specific affectation on the reader.’

Pronunciation

whimsicality

/ˌ(h)wɪmzəˈkælədi//ˌ(h)wimzəˈkalədē/