11 letter words ending in ty
Abnormality (n.) The state or quality of being abnormal; variation; irregularity.
Abnormality (n.) Something abnormal.
Adorability (n.) Adorableness.
Alamodality (n.) The quality of being a la mode; conformity to the mode or fashion; fashionableness.
Aldermanity (n.) Aldermen collectively; the body of aldermen.
Aldermanity (n.) The state of being an alderman.
Amenability (n.) The quality of being amenable; amenableness.
Amicability (n.) The quality of being amicable; friend
Amovability (n.) Liability to be removed or dismissed from office.
Anteriority (n.) The state of being anterior or preceding in time or in situation; priority.
Biblicality (n.) The quality of being biblical; a biblical subject.
Bloodguilty (a.) Guilty of murder or bloodshed.
Capillarity (n.) The quality or condition of being capillary.
Capillarity (n.) The peculiar action by which the surface of a liquid, where it is in contact with a solid (as in a capillary tube), is elevated or depressed; capillary attraction.
Catholicity (n.) The state or quality of being catholic; universality.
Catholicity (n.) Liberality of sentiments; catholicism.
Catholicity (n.) Adherence or conformity to the system of doctrine held by all parts of the orthodox Christian church; the doctrine so held; orthodoxy.
Catholicity (n.) Adherence to the doctrines of the church of Rome, or the doctrines themselves.
Cerebricity (n.) Brain power.
Circularity (n.) The quality or state of being circular; a circular form.
Columnarity (n.) The state or quality of being columnar.
Conjugality (n.) The conjugal state; sexual intercourse.
Consimility (n.) Common resemblance.
Conspicuity (n.) The state or quality of being clear or bright; brightness; conspicuousness.
Contrariety (n.) The state or quality of being contrary; opposition; repugnance; disagreement; antagonism.
Contrariety (n.) Something which is contrary to, or inconsistent with, something else; an inconsistency.
Convicinity (n.) Immediate vicinity; neighborhood.
Corporality (n.) The state of being or having a body; bodily existence; corporeality; -- opposed to spirituality.
Corporality (n.) A confraternity; a guild.
Cotqueanity (n.) The condition, character, or conduct of a cotquean.
Credibility (n.) The quality of being credible; credibleness; as, the credibility of facts; the credibility of witnesses.
Criminality (n.) The quality or state of being criminal; that which constitutes a crime; guiltiness; guilt.
Crocodility (n.) A caption or sophistical mode of arguing.
Cullibility (n.) Gullibility.
Culpability (n.) The state of being culpable.
Damnability (n.) The quality of being damnable; damnableness.
Debonairity (n.) Debonairness.
Deceptivity (n.) Deceptiveness; a deception; a sham.
Deteriority (n.) Worse state or quality; inferiority.
Diaphaneity (n.) The quality of being diaphanous; transparency; pellucidness.
Didacticity (n.) Aptitude for teaching.
Diffusivity (n.) Tendency to become diffused; tendency, as of heat, to become equalized by spreading through a conducting medium.
Disensanity (n.) Insanity; folly.
Disproperty (v. t.) To cause to be no longer property; to dispossess of.
Disputacity (v. i.) Proneness to dispute.
Disquantity (v. t.) To diminish the quantity of; to lessen.
Domesticity (n.) The state of being domestic; domestic character; household life.
Educability (n.) Capability of being educated.
Electricity (n.) The science which unfolds the phenomena and laws of electricity; electrical science.
Electricity (n.) Fig.: Electrifying energy or characteristic.
Eligibility (n.) The quality of being eligible; eligibleness; as, the eligibility of a candidate; the eligibility of an offer of marriage.
Ellipticity (n.) Deviation of an ellipse or a spheroid from the form of a circle or a sphere; especially, in reference to the figure of the earth, the difference between the equatorial and polar semidiameters, divided by the equatorial; thus, the ellipticity of the earth is /.
Equilibrity (n.) The state of being balanced; equality of weight.
Ethereality (n.) The state of being ethereal; etherealness.
Eventuality (n.) The coming as a consequence; contingency; also, an event which comes as a consequence.
Eventuality (n.) Disposition to take cognizance of events.
Evolutility (n.) The faculty possessed by all substances capable of self-nourishment of manifesting the nutritive acts by changes of form, of volume, or of structure.
Exemplarity (n.) Exemplariness.
Exteriority (n.) Surface; superficies; externality.
Externality (n.) State of being external; exteriority
Externality (n.) separation from the perceiving mind.
Fallibility (n.) The state of being fallible; liability to deceive or to be deceived; as, the fallibity of an argument or of an adviser.
Familiarity (n.) The state of being familiar; intimate and frequent converse, or association; unconstrained intercourse; freedom from ceremony and constraint; intimacy; as, to live in remarkable familiarity.
Familiarity (n.) Anything said or done by one person to another unceremoniously and without constraint; esp., in the pl., such actions and words as propriety and courtesy do not warrant; liberties.
Feasibility (n.) The quality of being feasible; practicability; also, that which is feasible; as, before we adopt a plan, let us consider its feasibility.
Fissiparity (n.) Quality of being fissiparous; fissiparism.
Flexibility (n.) The state or quality of being flexible; flexibleness; pliancy; pliability; as, the flexibility of strips of hemlock, hickory, whalebone or metal, or of rays of light.
Fluxibility (n.) The quality of being fluxible.
Gemmiparity (n.) Reproduction by budding; gemmation. See Budding.
Germiparity (n.) Reproduction by means of germs.
Globularity (n.) The state of being globular; globosity; sphericity.
Glutinosity (n.) The quality of being glutinous; viscousness.
Grandiosity (n.) The state or quality of being grandiose,
Gutturality (n.) The quality of being guttural.
Helcoplasty (n.) The act or process of repairing lesions made by ulcers, especially by a plastic operation.
Hoity-toity (a.) Thoughtless; giddy; flighty; also, haughty; patronizing; as, to be in hoity-toity spirits, or to assume hoity-toity airs; used also as an exclamation, denoting surprise or disapprobation, with some degree of contempt.
Homogeneity (n.) Same as Homogeneousness.
Hospitality (n.) The act or practice of one who is hospitable; reception and entertainment of strangers or guests without reward, or with kind and generous liberality.
Imitability (n.) The quality of being imitable.
Immeability (n.) Want of power to pass, or to permit passage; impassableness.
Immortality (n.) The quality or state of being immortal; exemption from death and annihilation; unending existance; as, the immortality of the soul.
Immortality (n.) Exemption from oblivion; perpetuity; as, the immortality of fame.
Immundicity (n.) Uncleanness; filthness.
Impassivity (n.) The quality of being insusceptible of feeling, pain, or suffering; impassiveness.
Imperiality (n.) Imperial power.
Imperiality (n.) An imperial right or privilegs. See Royalty.
Impetuosity (n.) The condition or quality of being impetuous; fury; violence.
Impetuosity (n.) Vehemence, or furiousnes of temper.
Importunity (n.) The quality of being importunate; pressing or pertinacious solicitation; urgent request; incessant or frequent application; troublesome pertinacity.
Impropriety (n.) The quality of being improper; unfitness or unsuitableness to character, time place, or circumstances; as, impropriety of behavior or manners.
Impropriety (n.) That which is improper; an unsuitable or improper act, or an inaccurate use of language.
Incelebrity (n.) Want of celebrity or distinction; obscurity.
Incertainty (n.) Uncertainty.
Incommodity (n.) Inconvenience; trouble; annoyance; disadvantage; encumbrance.
Incongruity (n.) The quality or state of being incongruous; want of congruity; unsuitableness; inconsistency; impropriety.
Incongruity (n.) Disagreement of parts; want of symmetry or of harmony.
Incongruity (n.) That which is incongruous; want of congruity.
Incredulity (n.) The state or quality of being i/credulous; a withholding or refusal of belief; skepticism; unbelief; disbelief.
Incuriosity (n.) Want of curiosity or interest; inattentiveness; indifference.
Indexterity (n.) Want of dexterity or readiness, especially in the use of the hands; clumsiness; awkwardness.
Individuity (n.) Separate existence; individuality; oneness.
Inductility (n.) The quality or state of being inductile.
Infecundity (n.) Want of fecundity or fruitfulness; barrenness; sterility; unproductiveness.
Inferiority () The state of being inferior; a lower state or condition; as, inferiority of rank, of talents, of age, of worth.
Infertility (n.) The state or quality of being infertile; unproductiveness; barrenness.
Infestivity (n.) Want of festivity, cheerfulness, or mirth; dullness; cheerlessness.
Informality (n.) The state of being informal; want of regular, prescribed, or customary form; as, the informality of legal proceedings.
Informality (n.) An informal, unconventional, or unofficial act or proceeding; something which is not in proper or prescribed form or does not conform to the established rule.
Ingeniosity (n.) Ingenuity; skill; cunning.
Inimicality (n.) The state or quality of being inimical or hostile; hostility; unfriend
Injucundity (n.) Unpleasantness; disagreeableness.
Insalubrity (n.) Unhealthfulness; unwholesomeness; as, the insalubrity of air, water, or climate.
Insincerity (n.) The quality of being insincere; want of sincerity, or of being in reality what one appears to be; dissimulation; hypocritical; deceitfulness; hollowness; untrustworthiness; as, the insincerity of a professed friend; the insincerity of professions of regard.
Instability (n.) The quality or condition of being unstable; want of stability, firmness, or steadiness; liability to give way or to fail; insecurity; precariousness; as, the instability of a building.
Instability (n.) Lack of determination of fixedness; inconstancy; fickleness; mutability; changeableness; as, instability of character, temper, custom, etc.
Integrality (n.) Entireness.
Interiority (n.) State of being interior.
Internality (n.) The state of being internal or within; interiority.
Intrepidity (n.) The quality or state of being intrepid; fearless bravery; courage; resoluteness; valor.
Laudability (n.) Laudableness; praiseworthiness.
Longanimity (n.) Disposition to bear injuries patiently; forbearance; patience.
Longinquity (n.) Greatness of distance; remoteness.
Masculinity (n.) The state or quality of being mascu
Materiality (n.) The quality or state of being material; material existence; corporeity.
Materiality (n.) Importance; as, the materiality of facts.
Miscibility (n.) Capability of being mixed.
Monstrosity (n.) The state of being monstrous, or out of the common order of nature; that which is monstrous; a monster.
Morioplasty (n.) The restoration of lost parts of the body.
Mulierosity (n.) A fondness for women.
Muscularity (n.) The state or quality of being muscular.
Musculosity (n.) The quality or state of being musculous; muscularity.
Nationality (n.) The quality of being national, or strongly attached to one's own nation; patriotism.
Nationality (n.) The sum of the qualities which distinguish a nation; national character.
Nationality (n.) A race or people, as determined by common language and character, and not by political bias or divisions; a nation.
Nationality (n.) Existence as a distinct or individual nation; national unity and integrity.
Nationality (n.) The state or quality of belonging to or being connected with a nation or government by nativity, character, ownership, allegiance, etc.
Negotiosity (n.) The state of being busy; multitude of business.
Notionality (n.) A notional or groundless opinion.
Objectivity (n.) The state, quality, or relation of being objective; character of the object or of the objective.
Omniformity (n.) The condition or quality of having every form.
Opiniatrety (n.) Obstinacy in opinious.
Opportunity (n.) Fit or convenient time; a time or place favorable for executing a purpose; a suitable combination of conditions; suitable occasion; chance.
Opportunity (n.) Convenience of situation; fitness.
Opportunity (n.) Importunity; earnestness.
Orientality (n.) The quality or state of being oriental or eastern.
Originality (n.) The quality or state of being original.
Osteoplasty (n.) An operation or process by which the total or partial loss of a bone is remedied.
Overanxiety (n.) The state of being overanxious; excessive anxiety.
Oxidability (n.) Capability of being converted into an oxide.
Palpability (n.) The quality of being palpable, or perceptible by the touch.
Partibility (n.) The quality or state of being partible; divisibility; separability; as, the partibility of an inherttance.
Parvanimity (n.) The state or quality of having a little or ignoble mind; pettiness; meanness; -- opposed to magnanimity.
Passibility (n.) The quality or state of being passible; aptness to feel or suffer; sensibility.
Peccability (n.) The state or quality of being peccable; lability to sin.
Peculiarity (n.) The quality or state of being peculiar; individuality; singularity.
Peculiarity (n.) That which is peculiar; a special and distinctive characteristic or habit; particularity.
Peculiarity (n.) Exclusive possession or right.
Pellucidity (n.) Alt. of Pellucidness
Pendulosity (n.) The state or quality of being pendulous.
Peregrinity (n.) Foreignness; strangeness.
Peregrinity (n.) Travel; wandering.
Periodicity (n.) The quality or state of being periodical, or regularly recurrent; as, the periodicity in the vital phenomena of plants.
Perpetualty (n.) The state or condition of being perpetual.
Personality (n.) That which constitutes distinction of person; individuality.
Personality (n.) Something said or written which refers to the person, conduct, etc., of some individual, especially something of a disparaging or offensive nature; personal remarks; as, indulgence in personalities.
Personality (n.) That quality of a law which concerns the condition, state, and capacity of persons.
Perspicuity (n.) The quality or state of being transparent or translucent.
Perspicuity (n.) The quality of being perspicuous to the understanding; clearness of expression or thought.
Perspicuity (n.) Sagacity; perspicacity.
Pertinacity (n.) The quality or state of being pertinacious; obstinacy; perseverance; persistency.
Pervicacity (n.) Obstinacy; pervicaciousness.
Piacularity (n.) The quality or state of being piacular; criminality; wickedness.
Placability (n.) The quality or state of being placable or appeasable; placable disposition.
Ponderosity (n.) The quality or state of being ponderous; weight; gravity; heaviness, ponderousness; as, the ponderosity of gold.
Portability (n.) The quality or state of being portable; fitness to be carried.
Possibility (n.) The quality or state of being possible; the power of happening, being, or existing.
Possibility (n.) That which is possible; a contingency; a thing or event that may not happen; a contingent interest, as in real or personal estate.
Preeternity (n.) Infinite previous duration.
Prematurity (n.) The quality or state of being premature; early, or untimely, ripeness; as, the prematurity of genius.
Probability (n.) The quality or state of being probable; appearance of reality or truth; reasonable ground of presumption; likelihood.
Probability (n.) That which is or appears probable; anything that has the appearance of reality or truth.
Probability (n.) Likelihood of the occurrence of any event in the doctrine of chances, or the ratio of the number of favorable chances to the whole number of chances, favorable and unfavorable. See 1st Chance, n., 5.
Prodigality (n.) Extravagance in expenditure, particularly of money; excessive liberality; profusion; waste; -- opposed to frugality, economy, and parsimony.
Promiscuity (n.) Promiscuousness; confusion.
Propinquity (n.) Nearness in place; neighborhood; proximity.
Propinquity (n.) Nearness in time.
Propinquity (n.) Nearness of blood; kindred; affinity.
Punctuality (n.) The quality or state of being punctual; especially, adherence to the exact time of an engagement; exactness.
Pupillarity (n.) The period before puberty, or from birth to fourteen in males, and twelve in females.
Rationality (n.) The quality or state of being rational; agreement with reason; possession of reason; due exercise of reason; reasonableness.
Readability (n.) The state of being readable; readableness.
Receptivity (n.) The state or quality of being receptive.
Receptivity (n.) The power or capacity of receiving impressions, as those of the external senses.
Reciprocity (n.) Mutual action and reaction.
Reciprocity (n.) Reciprocal advantages, obligations, or rights; reciprocation.
Reliability (n.) The state or quality of being reliable; reliableness.
Religiosity (n.) The quality of being religious; religious feeling or sentiment; religiousness.
Retentivity (n.) The power of retaining; retentive force; as, the retentivity of a magnet.
Rhinoplasty (n.) Plastic surgery of the nose to correct deformity or to replace lost tissue. Tissue may be transplanted from the patient's cheek, forehead, arm, etc., or even from another person.
Rubicundity (n.) The quality or state of being rubicund; ruddiness.
Salebrosity (n.) Roughness or ruggedness.
Salvability (n.) The quality or condition of being salvable; salvableness.
Schistosity (n.) The quality or state of being schistose.
Scirrhosity (n.) A morbid induration, as of a gland; state of being scirrhous.
Sensibility (n.) The quality or state of being sensible, or capable of sensation; capacity to feel or perceive.
Sensibility (n.) Experience of sensation; actual feeling.
Sensibility (n.) That quality of an instrument which makes it indicate very slight changes of condition; delicacy; as, the sensibility of a balance, or of a thermometer.
Sensitivity (n.) The quality or state of being sensitive; -- used chiefly in science and the arts; as, the sensitivity of iodized silver.
Sheriffalty (n.) Alt. of Sheriffwick
Singularity (n.) The quality or state of being singular; some character or quality of a thing by which it is distinguished from all, or from most, others; peculiarity.
Singularity (n.) Anything singular, rare, or curious.
Singularity (n.) Possession of a particular or exclusive privilege, prerogative, or distinction.
Singularity (n.) Celibacy.
Sociability (n.) The quality of being sociable; sociableness.
Solvability (n.) The quality or state of being solvable; as, the solvability of a difficulty; the solvability of a problem.
Solvability (n.) The condition of being solvent; ability to pay all just debts; solvency; as, the solvability of a merchant.
Sovereignty (n.) The quality or state of being sovereign, or of being a sovereign; the exercise of, or right to exercise, supreme power; dominion; sway; supremacy; independence; also, that which is sovereign; a sovereign state; as, Italy was formerly divided into many sovereignties.
Spheroidity (n.) The quality or state of being spheroidal.
Spiritualty (n.) An ecclesiastical body; a spirituality.
Spontaneity (n.) The quality or state of being spontaneous, or acting from native feeling, proneness, or temperament, without constraint or external force.
Spontaneity (n.) The tendency to undergo change, characteristic of both animal and vegetable organisms, and not restrained or cheked by the environment.
Spontaneity (n.) The tendency to activity of muscular tissue, including the voluntary muscles, when in a state of healthful vigor and refreshment.
Suitability (n.) The quality or state of being suitable; suitableness.
Sulphureity (n.) The quality or state of being sulphureous.
Sumptuosity (n.) Expensiveness; cost
Superfluity (n.) A greater quantity than is wanted; superabundance; as, a superfluity of water; a superfluity of wealth.
Superfluity (n.) The state or quality of being superfluous; excess.
Superfluity (n.) Something beyond what is needed; something which serves for show or luxury.
Superiority (n.) The quality, state, or condition of being superior; as, superiority of rank; superiority in merit.
Taciturnity (n.) Habilual silence, or reserve in speaking.
Tangibility (n.) The quality or state of being tangible.
Temporality (n.) The state or quality of being temporary; -- opposed to perpetuity.
Temporality (n.) The laity; temporality.
Temporality (n.) That which pertains to temporal welfare; material interests; especially, the revenue of an ecclesiastic proceeding from lands, tenements, or lay fees, tithes, and the like; -- chiefly used in the plural.
Tenebrosity (n.) The quality or state of being tenebrous; tenebrousness.
Tensibility (n.) The quality or state of being tensible; tensility.
Theopneusty (n.) Divine inspiration; the supernatural influence of the Divine Spirit in qualifying men to receive and communicate revealed truth.
Tithonicity (n.) The state or property of being tithonic; actinism.
Torsibillty (n.) The tendency, as of a rope, to untwist after being twisted.
Unambiguity (n.) Absence of ambiguity; clearness; perspicuity.
Uncertainty (n.) The quality or state of being uncertain.
Uncertainty (n.) That which is uncertain; something unknown.
Unnecessity (n.) The state of being unnecessary; something unnecessary.
Unsincerity (n.) The quality or state of being unsincere or impure; insincerity.
Uranoplasty (n.) The plastic operation for closing a fissure in the hard palate.
Variability (n.) The quality or state of being variable; variableness.
Variability (n.) The power possessed by living organisms, both animal and vegetable, of adapting themselves to modifications or changes in their environment, thus possibly giving rise to ultimate variation of structure or function.
Vascularity (n.) The quality or state of being vascular.
Vendibility (n.) The quality or state of being vendible, or salable.
Verecundity (n.) The quality or state of being verecund; modesty.
Versability (n.) The quality or state of being versable.
Versatility (n.) The quality or state of being versatile; versatileness.
Verticality (n.) The quality or state of being vertical; verticalness.
Vibratility (n.) The quality or state of being vibratile; disposition to vibration or oscillation.
Viceroyalty (n.) The dignity, office, or jurisdiction of a viceroy.
Vincibility (n.) The quality or state of being vincible, vincibleness.
Volcanicity (n.) Quality or state of being volcanic; volcanic power.
Vulcanicity (n.) Volcanicity.
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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".