Definition of indissolubility in English:

indissolubility

Pronunciation /ˌindəˌsälyəˈbilədē/ /ˌɪndəˌsɑljəˈbɪlədi/

noun

See indissoluble

  • ‘We voted to change that in 1996, despite the fact that the indissolubility of marriage was still part of the official teaching of the Catholic Church.’
  • ‘I have not touched here upon many other important ideas this rich book develops, including powerful Christian arguments against patriarchy and marital indissolubility.’
  • ‘After all, we Romans with our stringent teachings of indissolubility and annulment do not claim to have a corner on all wisdom and compassion, do we?’
  • ‘Both medical science and Catholic doctrine were exploited in declaring the indissolubility of gendered morality.’
  • ‘But that suggests something odd: for he is a stickler for the indissolubility of form and content, from the beginning to the end.’

Pronunciation

indissolubility

/ˌindəˌsälyəˈbilədē/ /ˌɪndəˌsɑljəˈbɪlədi/