Meaning of intractability in English:


Pronunciation /ɪnˌtraktəˈbɪlɪti/


See intractable

‘Because of the intractability of her condition, the offender's prospects of rehabilitation are negligible.’
  • ‘The intractability should remind us that the issue is not pro or anti globalization, but how to make publicly accountable the oligarchy that has led us into this experience of globalization as breeding more and more injustice.’
  • ‘He was often accused of political intractability, a lack of imperativeness, too great a readiness to take clairvoyants seriously, and excessive slyness.’
  • ‘In all its intractability, this is the conversation that so many in so many different extra-governmental forums are now trying to ignite.’