Definition of vocality in English:

vocality

noun

  • See vocal

    • ‘On application, season ticket applicants and members could be asked to quantify their vocality and their willingness to join, or indeed start, chants on a scale of 1-10.’
    • ‘Brooks's song fulfills the call of critics like Neil Nehring, who states that ‘emotion… supplies a missing link… between tactile vocality and meaning’.’
    • ‘But I think we've got to be careful here and not say that increased vocality means increased numerical strength.’
    • ‘Encoded within the sense of loss of not being able wholly share my practice with her, was the realization that this was the process of discovering my own vocality.’

Pronunciation

vocality

/və(ʊ)ˈkalɪti/