Definition of incommunicability in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌmyo͞onikəˈbilitē/


See incommunicable

‘‘First of all, we must believe in the unspeakable incommunicability of the trauma,’ she said.’
  • ‘Never mind that, undaunted by the hobgoblin of consistency, they also argue the incommunicability of knowledge.’
  • ‘Her poignant sounds fuel her husband's overblown images, forming an increasingly overheated circuit of baroque incommunicability that can only result in violence.’
  • ‘For theologians like Aquinas and Maimonides and many others past and present, the very essence of God is his incommunicability.’
  • ‘What condemns Godardian cinema in the last analysis is its own incommunicability.’