Definition of communality in English:


Pronunciation /ˌkämyəˈnalitē/


See communal

‘In reality it merely denotes a certain geographic communality, and the acceptance of the basic shared heritage.’
  • ‘But in working on this history project these students learn something about themselves and communality.’
  • ‘This communality is central to the ethos, where each house contains a mix of people who benefit from living together but have room to express their own habits and tastes.’
  • ‘The communality of the hotel's ownership is evident in the friendliness of the staff.’
  • ‘Further signs of communality are seen in the common ownership of lands and churches.’