Definition of "impassibility" [im•pas•si•bil•i•ty]
The state or condition of being impassible.(noun)
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Use "impassibility" in a sentence
"In his sceptical doctrine he had, like his predecessors, a school with its succession of teachers; but the  world has remembered little more of him or them than two phrases 'suspense of judgment' -- this for the intellectual side of philosophy; 'impassibility' -- this for the moral."
"Indeed, the very "impassibility" of the God who does that is what reassures us that the effects of the Incarnation, Passion, and Resurrection of the divine person who became and is a man cannot be negated, that the Kingdom of Love is "an everlasting kingdom.""
"The fact, or at least the legend, of Lee's "impassibility" was a big problem for the Union generals, until Grant came along and started winning battles."