Definition of infecundity in English:

infecundity

noun

Medicine Zoology

See infecund

  • ‘Women with either resolved or unresolved infecundity were significantly older than fecund women (mean = 31.6 yr, 32.1 yr, and 30.5 yr, respectively).’
  • ‘Overall, the results of our analyses suggested that consumption of contaminated sportfish from Lake Ontario was not a significant risk factor for either resolved or unresolved infecundity.’
  • ‘I was astonished to learn that throughout their life they have lived on the margins of the society, most of them unmarried or dumped due to infecundity, but they demonstrated far more tenacity and courage than any other sufferers.’
  • ‘Dogmatic constraints, tactical stereotypes, schematism in place of originality, and the boring repetition of truisms are contributing factors in creative infecundity.’
  • ‘Hedonistic dissipation well may have condemned the existing Europeans to infecundity and extinction, but that does not prevent Europe from getting new ones.’

Pronunciation

infecundity

/ɪnfɪˈkʌndɪti/