Definition of moribundity in English:

moribundity

Pronunciation /ˌmôrəˈbəndətē/ /ˌmär-/

noun

See moribund

‘Perhaps not in this election, and despite the moribundity of the political system, voters may eventually be able to bring some life to Japanese democracy.’
  • ‘The current moribundity of the Party has its roots in the past years, not in recent months.’
  • ‘Native languages continued to move toward moribundity.’