counter

Advertisement - Continue reading below

Definition of "impassibility" [im•pas•si•bil•i•ty]

  • The state or condition of being impassible. (noun)

Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "impassibility" in a sentence
  • "In his sceptical doctrine he had, like his predecessors, a school with its succession of teachers; but the [358] 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."