Definition of dysfunctionality in English:



See dysfunctional

‘Here Cohn Rhodes revisits Pollock's tragic "abiding dysfunctionality," which led to his death in a drunken car crash.’
  • ‘The UN system's dysfunctionality was not, at bottom, a legal problem.’
  • ‘Like every other significant rock performer, his act was anchored in dysfunctionality.’
  • ‘Like American Beauty, it pops the suburban dream to reveal the inherent dysfunctionality of pretty much every family.’
  • ‘The dysfunctionality of her character, perhaps, is what does the most to place this novel in familiar Coupland territory.’