Definition of ineffectuality in English:

ineffectuality

noun

See ineffectual

  • ‘Franklin's civilised demeanour is revealed as mere ineffectuality, and he is unable to save the murdered girl, whom he loves.’
  • ‘It's an invitation to cronyism and corruption or total ineffectuality.’
  • ‘In much the same manner, Bernard's efforts to keep his experiment with the children under wraps remain equally doomed to ineffectuality.’
  • ‘The regime reduced the two officially tolerated political parties to pliant ineffectuality.’
  • ‘Johan detests his son's ineffectuality, spewing contempt when Henrik requests a loan.’

Pronunciation

ineffectuality

/-fekCHo͞oˈalitē/