Meaning of shockability in English:

shockability

Pronunciation /ʃɒkəˈbɪlɪti/

noun

See shock

‘I thought Edinburgh Fringe audiences were way beyond shockability.’
  • ‘Some people have written that our work has a shockability value, but I never think that is the case.’
  • ‘Curiously enough, women seldom show any signs of timidity or shockability on the battlefield.’
  • ‘This value is the shock characteristic or shockability of the suspension assembly.’
  • ‘I thought I was beyond shockability but the book's revelations were stupefying.’