10 letter words ending in ty

Abstrusity (n.) Abstruseness; that which is abstruse.

Addibility (n.) The quantity of being addible; capability of addition.

Affability (n.) The quality of being affable; readiness to converse; courteousness in receiving others and in conversation; complaisant behavior.

Alkalinity (n.) The quality which constitutes an alkali; alka

Amiability (n.) The quality of being amiable; amiableness; sweetness of disposition.

Angularity (n.) The quality or state of being angular; angularness.

Angulosity (n.) A state of being angulous or angular.

Annularity (n.) Annular condition or form; as, the annularity of a nebula.

Audibility (n.) The quality of being audible; power of being heard; audible capacity.

Autoplasty (n.) The process of artificially repairing lesions by taking a piece of healthy tissue, as from a neighboring part, to supply the deficiency caused by disease or wounds.

Bestiality (n.) The state or quality of being bestial.

Bestiality (n.) Unnatural connection with a beast.

Bipolarity (n.) Bipolar quality.

Caloricity (n.) A faculty in animals of developing and preserving the heat necessary to life, that is, the animal heat.

Canonicity (n.) The state or quality of being canonical; agreement with the canon.

Capability (n.) The quality of being capable; capacity; capableness; esp. intellectual power or ability.

Capability (n.) Capacity of being used or improved.

Centrality (n.) The state of being central; tendency towards a center.

Centricity (n.) The state or quality of being centric; centricalness.

Ceroplasty (n.) The art of modeling in wax.

Coactivity (n.) Unity of action.

Coequality (n.) The state of being on an equality, as in rank or power.

Coeternity (n.) Existence from eternity equally with another eternal being; equal eternity.

Comicality (n.) The quality of being comical; something comical.

Commonalty (n.) The common people; those classes and conditions of people who are below the rank of nobility; the commons.

Commonalty (n.) The majority or bulk of mankind.

Complexity (n.) The state of being complex; intricacy; entanglement.

Complexity (n.) That which is complex; intricacy; complication.

Complicity (n.) The state of being an accomplice; participation in guilt.

Concinnity (n.) Internal harmony or fitness; mutual adaptation of parts; elegance; -- used chiefly of style of discourse.

Condignity (n.) Merit, acquired by works, which can claim reward on the score of general benevolence.

Conformity (n.) Correspondence in form, manner, or character; resemblance; agreement; congruity; -- followed by to, with, or between.

Conformity (n.) Compliance with the usages of the Established Church.

Conicality (n.) Conicalness.

Contiguity (n.) The state of being contiguous; intimate association; nearness; proximity.

Continuity (n.) the state of being continuous; uninterupted connection or succession; close union of parts; cohesion; as, the continuity of fibers.

Cordiality (n.) Relation to the heart.

Cordiality (n.) Sincere affection and kindness; warmth of regard; heartiness.

Corporeity (n.) The state of having a body; the state of being corporeal; materiality.

Curability (n.) The state of being curable; curableness.

Deiformity (n.) Likeness to deity.

Dextrality (n.) The state of being on the right-hand side; also, the quality of being right-handed; right-handedness.

Dibasicity (n.) The property or condition of being dibasic.

Difficulty (n.) The state of being difficult, or hard to do; hardness; arduousness; -- opposed to easiness or facility; as, the difficulty of a task or enterprise; a work of difficulty.

Difficulty (n.) Something difficult; a thing hard to do or to understand; that which occasions labor or perplexity, and requires skill and perseverance to overcome, solve, or achieve; a hard enterprise; an obstacle; an impediment; as, the difficulties of a science; difficulties in theology.

Difficulty (n.) A controversy; a falling out; a disagreement; an objection; a cavil.

Difficulty (n.) Embarrassment of affairs, especially financial affairs; -- usually in the plural; as, to be in difficulties.

Difformity (n.) Irregularity of form; diversity of form; want of uniformity.

Disability (n.) State of being disabled; deprivation or want of ability; absence of competent physical, intellectual, or moral power, means, fitness, and the like.

Disability (n.) Want of legal qualification to do a thing; legal incapacity or incompetency.

Disformity (n.) Discordance or diversity of form; unlikeness in form.

Dishonesty (n.) Dishonor; dishonorableness; shame.

Dishonesty (n.) Want of honesty, probity, or integrity in principle; want of fairness and straightforwardness; a disposition to defraud, deceive, or betray; faithlessness.

Dishonesty (n.) Violation of trust or of justice; fraud; any deviation from probity; a dishonest act.

Dishonesty (n.) Lewdness; unchastity.

Disloyalty (n.) Want of loyalty; lack of fidelity; violation of allegiance.

Diuturnity (n.) Long duration; lastingness.

Docibility (n.) Alt. of Docibleness

Durability (n.) The state or quality of being durable; the power of uninterrupted or long continuance in any condition; the power of resisting agents or influences which tend to cause changes, decay, or dissolution; lastingness.

Efficacity (n.) Efficacy.

Elasticity (n.) The quality of being elastic; the inherent property in bodies by which they recover their former figure or dimensions, after the removal of external pressure or altering force; springiness; tendency to rebound; as, the elasticity of caoutchouc; the elasticity of the air.

Elasticity (n.) Power of resistance to, or recovery from, depression or overwork.

Emissivity (n.) Tendency to emission; comparative facility of emission, or rate at which emission takes place, as of heat from the surface of a heated body.

Equability (n.) The quality or condition of being equable; evenness or uniformity; as, equability of temperature; the equability of the mind.

Equanimity (n.) Evenness of mind; that calm temper or firmness of mind which is not easily elated or depressed; patience; calmness; composure; as, to bear misfortunes with equanimity.

Erectility (n.) The quality or state of being erectile.

Eviternity (n.) Eternity.

Extraneity (n.) State of being without or beyond a thing; foreignness.

Fabulosity (n.) Fabulousness.

Fabulosity (n.) A fabulous or fictitious story.

Feminality (n.) Feminity.

Femininity (n.) The quality or nature of the female sex; woman

Femininity (n.) The female form.

Finicality (n.) The quality of being finical; finicalness.

Flaccidity (n.) The state of being flaccid.

Flatuosity (n.) Flatulence.

Fool-hasty (a.) Foolishly hasty.

Fraternity (n.) The state or quality of being fraternal or brotherly; brotherhood.

Fraternity (n.) A body of men associated for their common interest, business, or pleasure; a company; a brotherhood; a society; in the Roman Catholic Chucrch, an association for special religious purposes, for relieving the sick and destitute, etc.

Fraternity (n.) Men of the same class, profession, occupation, character, or tastes.

Friabiiity (n.) The quality of being friable; friableness.

Fusibility (n.) The quality of being fusible.

Generality (n.) The state of being general; the quality of including species or particulars.

Generality (n.) That which is general; that which lacks specificalness, practicalness, or application; a general or vague statement or phrase.

Generality (n.) The main body; the bulk; the greatest part; as, the generality of a nation, or of mankind.

Generosity (n.) Noble birth.

Generosity (n.) The quality of being noble; noble-mindedness.

Generosity (n.) Liberality in giving; munificence.

Gibbostity (n.) The state of being gibbous or gibbose; gibbousness.

Graduality (n.) The state of being gradual; gradualness.

Grandevity (n.) Great age; long life.

Homoplasty (n.) The formation of homologous tissues.

Ignobility (n.) Ignobleness.

Illegality (n.) The quality or condition of being illegal; unlawfulness; as, the illegality of trespass or of false imprisonment; also, an illegal act.

Illocality (n.) Want of locality or place.

Imbecility (n.) The quality of being imbecile; weakness; feebleness, esp. of mind.

Immaturity (n.) The state or quality of being immature or not fully developed; unripeness; incompleteness.

Immobility (n.) The condition or quality of being immobile; fixedness in place or state.

Immorality (n.) The state or quality of being immoral; vice.

Immorality (n.) An immoral act or practice.

Imporosity (n.) The state or quality of being imporous; want of porosity; compactness.

Improperty (n.) Impropriety.

Impudicity (n.) Immodesty.

Inactivity (n.) The state or quality of being inactive; inertness; as, the inactivity of matter.

Inactivity (n.) Idleness; habitual indisposition to action or exertion; want of energy; sluggishness.

Incapacity (n.) Want of capacity; lack of physical or intellectual power; inability.

Incapacity (n.) Want of legal ability or competency to do, give, transmit, or receive something; inability; disqualification; as, the inacapacity of minors to make binding contracts, etc.

Inchastity (n.) Unchastity.

Incivility (n.) The quality or state of being uncivil; want of courtesy; rudeness of manner; impoliteness.

Incivility (n.) Any act of rudeness or ill breeding.

Incivility (n.) Want of civilization; a state of rudeness or barbarism.

Incolumity (n.) Safety; security.

Indivinity (n.) Want or absence of divine power or of divinity.

Indocility (n.) The quality or state of being indocile; dullness of intellect; unteachableness; intractableness.

Inequality (n.) The quality of being unequal; difference, or want of equality, in any respect; lack of uniformity; disproportion; unevenness; disparity; diversity; as, an inequality in size, stature, numbers, power, distances, motions, rank, property, etc.

Inequality (n.) Unevenness; want of levelness; the alternate rising and falling of a surface; as, the inequalities of the surface of the earth, or of a marble slab, etc.

Inequality (n.) Variableness; changeableness; inconstancy; lack of smoothness or equability; deviation; unsteadiness, as of the weather, feelings, etc.

Inequality (n.) Disproportion to any office or purpose; inadequacy; competency; as, the inequality of terrestrial things to the wants of a rational soul.

Inequality (n.) An expression consisting of two unequal quantities, with the sign of inequality (< or >) between them; as, the inequality 2 < 3, or 4 > 1.

Inequality (n.) An irregularity, or a deviation, in the motion of a planet or satellite from its uniform mean motion; the amount of such deviation.

Infelicity (n.) The state or quality of being infelicitous; unhappiness; misery; wretchedness; misfortune; want of suitableness or appropriateness.

Infelicity (n.) That (as an act, word, expression, etc.) which is infelicitous; as, infelicities of speech.

Infidelity (n.) Want of faith or belief in some religious system; especially, a want of faith in, or disbelief of, the inspiration of the Scriptures, of the divine origin of Christianity.

Infidelity (n.) Unfaithfulness to the marriage vow or contract; violation of the marriage covenant by adultery.

Infidelity (n.) Breach of trust; unfaithfulness to a charge, or to moral obligation; treachery; deceit; as, the infidelity of a servant.

Inhability (n.) Unsuitableness; unaptness; unfitness; inability.

Inhumanity (n.) The quality or state of being inhuman; cruelty; barbarity.

Inorganity (n.) Quality of being inorganic.

Insecurity (n.) The condition or quality of being insecure; want of safety; danger; hazard; as, the insecurity of a building liable to fire; insecurity of a debt.

Insecurity (n.) The state of feeling insecure; uncertainty; want of confidence.

Insipidity (n.) Alt. of Insipidness

Insobriety (n.) Want of sobriety, moderation, or calmness; intemperance; drunkenness.

Insolidity (n.) Want of solidity; weakness; as, the insolidity of an argument.

Insularity (n.) The state or quality of being an island or consisting of islands; insulation.

Insularity (n.) Narrowness or illiberality of opinion; prejudice; exclusiveness; as, the insularity of the Chinese or of the aristocracy.

Inurbanity (n.) Want of urbanity or courtesy; unpolished manners or deportment; inurbaneness; rudeness.

Invalidity (n.) Want of validity or cogency; want of legal force or efficacy; invalidness; as, the invalidity of an agreement or of a will.

Invalidity (n.) Want of health; infirmity.

Inveracity (n.) Want of veracity.

Invirility (n.) Absence of virility or manhood; effeminacy.

Jocularity (n.) Jesting; merriment.

Juvenility (n.) Youthfulness; adolescence.

Juvenility (n.) The manners or character of youth; immaturity.

Laterality (n.) The state or condition of being lateral.

Legibility (n.) The quality of being legible; legibleness.

Liberality (n.) The quality or state of being liberal; liberal disposition or practice; freedom from narrowness or prejudice; generosity; candor; charity.

Liberality (n.) A gift; a gratuity; -- sometimes in the plural; as, a prudent man is not impoverished by his liberalities.

Linguality (n.) The quality of being lingual.

Lithotrity (n.) The operation of breaking a stone in the bladder into small pieces capable of being voided.

Logicality (n.) Logicalness.

Luminosity (n.) The quality or state of being luminous; luminousness.

Mediocrity (n.) The quality of being mediocre; a middle state or degree; a moderate degree or rate.

Mediocrity (n.) Moderation; temperance.

Meloplasty (n.) The process of restoring a cheek which has been destroyed wholly or in part.

Movability (n.) Movableness.

Muliebrity (n.) The state of being a woman or of possessing full womanly powers; womanhood; -- correlate of virility.

Muliebrity (n.) Hence: Effeminancy; softness.

Mutability (n.) The quality of being mutable, or subject to change or alteration, either in form, state, or essential character; susceptibility of change; changeableness; inconstancy; variation.

Naturality (n.) Nature; naturalness.

Nebulosity (n.) The state or quality of being nebulous; cloudiness; hazeness; mistiness; nebulousness.

Nebulosity (n.) The stuff of which a nebula is formed.

Nebulosity (n.) A nebula.

Negativity (n.) The quality or state of being negative.

Neutrality (n.) The state or quality of being neutral; the condition of being unengaged in contests between others; state of taking no part on either side; indifference.

Neutrality (n.) Indifference in quality; a state neither very good nor bad.

Neutrality (n.) The quality or state of being neutral. See Neutral, a., 4.

Neutrality (a.) The condition of a nation or government which refrains from taking part, directly or indirectly, in a war between other powers.

Neutrality (a.) Those who are neutral; a combination of neutral powers or states.

Nonability (n.) Want of ability.

Nonability (n.) An exception taken against a plaintiff in a cause, when he is unable legally to commence a suit.

Notability (n.) Quality of being notable.

Notability (n.) A notable, or remarkable, person or thing; a person of note.

Notability (n.) A notable saying.

Nullibiety (n.) The state or condition of being nowhere.

Numerosity (n.) The state of being numerous; numerousness.

Numerosity (n.) Rhythm; harmony; flow.

Officialty (n.) The charge, office, court, or jurisdiction of an official.

Omniparity (n.) Equality in every part; general equality.

Orotundity (n.) The orotund mode of intonation.

Osteomanty (n.) Divination by means of bones.

Partiality (n.) The quality or state of being partial; inclination to favor one party, or one side of a question, more than the other; undue bias of mind.

Partiality (n.) A predilection or inclination to one thing rather than to others; special taste or liking; as, a partiality for poetry or painting.

Patavinity (n.) The use of local or provincial words, as in the peculiar style or diction of Livy, the Roman historian; -- so called from Patavium, now Padua, the place of Livy's nativity.

Pentecosty (n.) A troop of fifty soldiers in the Spartan army; -- called also pentecostys.

Perpensity (n.) Perpension.

Perpetuity (n.) The quality or state of being perpetual; as, the perpetuity of laws.

Perpetuity (n.) Something that is perpetual.

Perpetuity (n.) Endless time.

Perpetuity (n.) The number of years in which the simple interest of any sum becomes equal to the principal.

Perpetuity (n.) The number of years' purchase to be given for an annuity to continue forever.

Perpetuity (n.) A perpetual annuity.

Perpetuity (n.) Duration without limitations as to time.

Perpetuity (n.) The quality or condition of an estate by which it becomes inalienable, either perpetually or for a very long period; also, the estate itself so modified or perpetuated.

Perplexity (n.) The quality or state of being perplexed or puzzled; complication; intricacy; entanglement; distraction of mind through doubt or difficulty; embarrassment; bewilderment; doubt.

Personalty (n.) The state of being a person; personality.

Personalty (n.) Personal property, as distinguished from realty or real property.

Personeity (n.) Personality.

Perversity (n.) The quality or state of being perverse; perverseness.

Plasticity (n.) The quality or state of being plastic.

Plasticity (n.) Plastic force.

Pliability (n.) The quality or state of being pliable; flexibility; as, pliability of disposition.

Ponibility (n.) The capability of being placed or located.

Popularity (n.) The quality or state of being popular; especially, the state of being esteemed by, or of being in favor with, the people at large; good will or favor proceeding from the people; as, the popularity of a law, statesman, or a book.

Popularity (n.) The quality or state of being adapted or pleasing to common, poor, or vulgar people; hence, cheapness; inferiority; vulgarity.

Popularity (n.) Something which obtains, or is intended to obtain, the favor of the vulgar; claptrap.

Popularity (n.) The act of courting the favor of the people.

Popularity (n.) Public sentiment; general passion.

Populosity (n.) Populousness.

Positivity (n.) Positiveness.

Preciosity (n.) Preciousness; something precious.

Prelateity (n.) Prelacy.

Proclivity (n.) Inclination; propensity; proneness; tendency.

Proclivity (n.) Readiness; facility; aptitude.

Profundity (n.) The quality or state of being profound; depth of place, knowledge, feeling, etc.

Propensity (n.) The quality or state of being propense; natural inclination; disposition to do good or evil; bias; bent; tendency.

Prosperity (n.) The state of being prosperous; advance or gain in anything good or desirable; successful progress in any business or enterprise; attainment of the object desired; good fortune; success; as, commercial prosperity; national prosperity.

Protervity (n.) Peevishness; petulance.

Quaternity (n.) The number four.

Quaternity (n.) The union of four in one, as of four persons; -- analogous to the theological term trinity.

Radicality (n.) Germinal principle; source; origination.

Radicality (n.) Radicalness; relation to a root in essential nature or principle.

Ratability (n.) The quality or state of being ratable.

Regularity (n.) The condition or quality of being regular; as, regularity of out

Relativity (n.) The state of being relative; as, the relativity of a subject.

Risibility (n.) The quality of being risible; as, risibility is peculiar to the human species.

Sabulosity (n.) The quality of being sabulous; sandiness; grittiness.

Salability (n.) The quality or condition of being salable; salableness.

Sanability (n.) The quality or state of being sanable; sanableness; curableness.

sanguinity (n.) The quality of being sanguine; sanguineness.

Saponacity (n.) The quality or state of being saponaceous.

Saporosity (n.) The quality of a body by which it excites the sensation of taste.

Scabredity (n.) Roughness; ruggedness.

Scholarity (n.) Scholarship.

Scurrility (n.) The quality or state of being scurrile or scurrilous; mean, vile, or obscene jocularity.

Scurrility (n.) That which is scurrile or scurrilous; gross or obscene language; low buffoonery; vulgar abuse.

Secularity (n.) Supreme attention to the things of the present life; world

Seminality (n.) The quality or state of being seminal.

Sensuality (n.) The quality or state of being sensual; devotedness to the gratification of the bodily appetites; free indulgence in carnal or sensual pleasures; luxuriousness; voluptuousness; lewdness.

Sensuosity (n.) The quality or state of being sensuous; sensuousness.

Severality (n.) Each particular taken singly; distinction.

Shrievalty (n.) The office, or sphere of jurisdiction, of a sheriff; sheriffalty.

Similarity (n.) The quality or state of being similar; likeness; resemblance; as, a similarity of features.

Simplicity (n.) The quality or state of being simple, unmixed, or uncompounded; as, the simplicity of metals or of earths.

Simplicity (n.) The quality or state of being not complex, or of consisting of few parts; as, the simplicity of a machine.

Simplicity (n.) Artlessness of mind; freedom from cunning or duplicity; lack of acuteness and sagacity.

Simplicity (n.) Freedom from artificial ornament, pretentious style, or luxury; plainness; as, simplicity of dress, of style, or of language; simplicity of diet; simplicity of life.

Simplicity (n.) Freedom from subtlety or abstruseness; clearness; as, the simplicity of a doctrine; the simplicity of an explanation or a demonstration.

Simplicity (n.) Weakness of intellect; sil

Solidarity (n.) An entire union or consolidation of interests and responsibilities; fellowship; community.

Solubility (n.) The quality, condition, or degree of being soluble or solvable; as, the solubility of a salt; the solubility of a problem or intricate difficulty.

Solubility (n.) The tendency to separate readily into parts by spurious articulations, as the pods of tick trefoil.

Spasticity (n.) A state of spasm.

Spasticity (n.) The tendency to, or capability of suffering, spasm.

Speciality (n.) A particular or peculiar case; a particularity.

Speciality (n.) See Specialty, 3.

Speciality (n.) The special or peculiar mark or characteristic of a person or thing; that for which a person is specially distinguished; an object of special attention; a special occupation or object of attention; a specialty.

Speciality (n.) An attribute or quality peculiar to a species.

Speciosity (n.) The quality or state of being specious; speciousness.

Speciosity (n.) That which is specious.

Sphericity (n.) The quality or state of being spherial; roundness; as, the sphericity of the planets, or of a drop of water.

Squalidity (n.) The quality or state of being squalid; foulness; filthiness.

Stypticity (n.) The quality or state of being styptic; astringency.

Subvariety (n.) A subordinate variety, or a division of a variety.

Suzerainty (n.) The dominion or authority of a suzerain; paramount authority.

Tamability (n.) The quality or state of being tamable; tamableness.

Taxability (n.) The quality or state of being taxable; taxableness.

Temporalty (n.) The laity; secular people.

Temporalty (n.) A secular possession; a temporality.

Tenability (n.) The quality or state of being tenable; tenableness.

Titularity (n.) The quality or state of being titular.

Tortuoslty (n.) the quality or state of being tortuous.

Tractility (n.) The quality of being tractile; ductility.

Triformity (n.) The state of being triform, or of having a threefold shape.

Triniunity (n.) Triunity; trinity.

Triplicity (a.) The quality or state of being triple, or threefold; trebleness.

Triviality (n.) The quality or state of being trivial; trivialness.

Triviality (n.) That which is trivial; a trifle.

Tuberosity (n.) The state of being tuberous.

Tuberosity (n.) An obtuse or knoblike prominence; a protuberance.

Tumulosity (n.) The quality or state of being tumulous; hil

Unchastity (n.) The quality or state of being unchaste; lewdness; incontinence.

Uncivility (n.) Incivility.

Unctuosity (n.) Quality or state of being unctuous.

Uniformity (n.) The quality or state of being uniform; freedom from variation or difference; resemblance to itself at all times; sameness of action, effect, etc., under like conditions; even tenor; as, the uniformity of design in a poem; the uniformity of nature.

Uniformity (n.) Consistency; sameness; as, the uniformity of a man's opinions.

Uniformity (n.) Similitude between the parts of a whole; as, the uniformity of sides in a regular figure; beauty is said to consist in uniformity with variety.

Uniformity (n.) Continued or unvaried sameness or likeness.

Uniformity (n.) Conformity to a pattern or rule; resemblance, consonance, or agreement; as, the uniformity of different churches in ceremonies or rites.

University (n.) The universe; the whole.

University (n.) An association, society, guild, or corporation, esp. one capable of having and acquiring property.

Unpitousty (n.) Impiety.

Unusuality (n.) Unusualness.

Unveracity (n.) Want of veracity; untruthfulness; as, unveracity of heart.

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Mark McCracken

Author: Mark McCracken is a corporate trainer and author living in Higashi Osaka, Japan. He is the author of thousands of online articles as well as the Business English textbook, "25 Business Skills in English".

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