12 letter words ending in ty
Absorptivity (n.) Absorptiveness.
Accentuality (n.) The quality of being accentual.
Accomplicity (n.) The act or state of being an accomplice.
Adaptability (n.) Alt. of Adaptableness
Admirability (n.) Admirableness.
Adverbiality (n.) The quality of being adverbial.
Advisability (n.) The quality of being advisable; advisableness.
Agreeability (n.) Easiness of disposition.
Agreeability (n.) The quality of being, or making one's self, agreeable; agreeableness.
Alienability (n.) Capability of being alienated.
Alterability (n.) The quality of being alterable; alterableness.
Amissibility () The quality of being amissible; possibility of being lost.
Apostolicity (n.) The state or quality of being apostolical.
Appetibility (n.) The quality of being desirable.
Attractivity (n.) The quality or degree of attractive power.
Authenticity (n.) The quality of being authentic or of established authority for truth and correctness.
Authenticity (n.) Genuineness; the quality of being genuine or not corrupted from the original.
Availability (n.) The quality of being available; availableness.
Availability (n.) That which is available.
Bilaterality (n.) State of being bilateral.
Bloodthirsty (a.) Eager to shed blood; cruel; sanguinary; murderous.
Caliginosity (n.) Darkness.
Canthoplasty (n.) The operation of forming a new canthus, when one has been destroyed by injury or disease.
Cheiloplasty (n.) The process of forming an artificial tip or part of a lip, by using for the purpose a piece of healthy tissue taken from some neighboring part.
Christianity (n.) The religion of Christians; the system of doctrines and precepts taught by Christ.
Christianity (n.) Practical conformity of one's inward and outward life to the spirit of the Christian religion
Christianity (n.) The body of Christian believers.
Classicality (n.) Alt. of Classicalness
Cogitability (n.) The quality of being cogitable; conceivableness.
Cohesibility (n.) The state of being cohesible.
Colloidality (n.) The state or quality of being colloidal.
Commensality (n.) Fellowship at table; the act or practice of eating at the same table.
Compaternity (n.) The relation of a godfather to a person.
Conductivity (n.) The quality or power of conducting, or of receiving and transmitting, as heat, electricity, etc.; as, the conductivity of a nerve.
Congeniality (n.) The state or quality of being congenial; natural affinity; adaptation; suitableness.
Connubiality (n.) The quality of being connubial; something characteristics of the conjugal state; an expression of connubial tenderness.
Conspectuity (n.) The faculty of seeing; sight; eye.
Conviviality (n.) The good humor or mirth indulged in upon festive occasions; a convivial spirit or humor; festivity.
Corporeality (n.) The state of being corporeal; corporeal existence.
Cylindricity (n.) The quality or condition of being cylindrical.
Deducibility (n.) Deducibleness.
Defectuosity (n.) Great imperfection.
Demisability (n.) The state of being demisable.
Desirability (n.) The state or quality of being desirable; desirableness.
Dilatability (n.) The quality of being dilatable, or admitting expansion; -- opposed to contractibility.
Disassiduity (n.) Want of assiduity or care.
Discommodity (n.) Disadvantage; inconvenience.
Discommunity (n.) A lack of common possessions, properties, or relationship.
Discongruity (n.) Incongruity; disagreement; unsuitableness.
Disingenuity (n.) Disingenuousness.
Divisibility (n.) The quality of being divisible; the property of bodies by which their parts are capable of separation.
Eccentricity (n.) The state of being eccentric; deviation from the customary
Eccentricity (n.) The ratio of the distance between the center and the focus of an ellipse or hyperbola to its semi-transverse axis.
Eccentricity (n.) The ratio of the distance of the center of the orbit of a heavenly body from the center of the body round which it revolves to the semi-transverse axis of the orbit.
Eccentricity (n.) The distance of the center of figure of a body, as of an eccentric, from an axis about which it turns; the throw.
Effumability (n.) The capability of flying off in fumes or vapor.
Electorality (n.) The territory or dignity of an elector; electorate.
Elementality (n.) The condition of being composed of elements, or a thing so composed.
Elementarity (n.) Elementariness.
Essentiality (n.) The quality of being essential; the essential part.
Evangelicity (n.) Evangelicism.
Excentricity () Same as Eccentricity.
Excitability (n.) The quality of being readily excited; proneness to be affected by exciting causes.
Excitability (n.) The property manifested by living organisms, and the elements and tissues of which they are constituted, of responding to the action of stimulants; irritability; as, nervous excitability.
Exsanguinity (n.) Privation or destitution of blood; -- opposed to plethora.
Exuviability (n.) Capability of shedding the skin periodically.
Fastidiosity (n.) Fastidiousness; squeamishness.
Figurability (n.) The quality of being figurable.
Flammability (n.) The quality of being flammable; inflammability.
Frangibility (n.) The state or quality of being frangible.
Fuliginosity (n.) The condition or quality of being fuliginous; sootiness; matter deposited by smoke.
Generability (n.) Capability of being generated.
Glandulosity (n.) Quality of being glandulous; a collection of glands.
Habitability (n.) Habitableness.
Heritability (n.) The state of being heritable.
Illegibility (n.) The state or quality of being illegible.
Illiberality (n.) The state or quality of being illiberal; narrowness of mind; meanness; niggard
Immovability (n.) The quality or state of being immovable; fixedness; steadfastness; as, immovability of a heavy body; immovability of purpose.
Immutability (n.) The state or quality of being immutable; immutableness.
Impartiality (n.) The quality of being impartial; freedom from bias or favoritism; disinterestedness; equitableness; fairness; as, impartiality of judgment, of treatment, etc.
Improsperity (n.) Want of prosperity.
Imputability (n.) The quality of being imputable; imputableness.
Inaffability (n.) Want of affability or sociability; reticence.
Inaudibility (n.) The quality of being inaudible; inaudibleness.
Incapability (n.) The quality of being incapable; incapacity.
Incapability (n.) Want of legal qualifications, or of legal power; as, incapability of holding an office.
Inconcinnity (n.) Want of concinnity or congruousness; unsuitableness.
Inconformity (n.) Want of conformity; nonconformity.
Incorporeity (n.) The quality of being incorporeal; immateriality.
Incurability (n.) The state of being uncurable; irremediableness.
Indelibility (n.) The quality of being indelible.
Indocibility (n.) The state of being indocible; indocibleness; indocility.
Ineffability (n.) The quality or state of being ineffable; ineffableness; unspeakableness.
Inelasticity (n.) Want of elasticity.
Inerrability (n.) Freedom or exemption from error; infallibility.
Infusibility (n.) Capability of being infused, pouredin, or instilled.
Infusibility (n.) Incapability or difficulty of being fused, melted, or dissolved; as, the infusibility of carbon.
Insanability (n.) The state of being insanable or incurable; insanableness.
Insolubility (n.) The quality or state of being insoluble or not dissolvable, as in a fluid.
Insolubility (n.) The quality of being inexplicable or insolvable.
Intinctivity (n.) The want of the quality of coloring or tingeing other bodies.
Inunctuosity (n.) The want of unctuosity; freedom from greasiness or oi
Invisibility (n.) The state or quality of being invisible; also, that which is invisible.
Irascibility (n.) The quality or state of being irascible; irritability of temper; irascibleness.
Irregularity (n.) The state or quality of being irregular; that which is irregular.
Irritability (n.) The state or quality of being irritable; quick excitability; petulance; fretfulness; as, irritability of temper.
Irritability (n.) A condition of morbid excitability of an organ or part of the body; undue susceptibility to the influence of stimuli. See Irritation, n., 3.
Laminability (n.) The quality or state of being laminable.
Lese-majesty (n.) See Leze majesty.
Leze majesty () Any crime committed against the sovereign power.
Libidinosity (n.) The state or quality of being libidinous; libidinousness.
Locomotivity (n.) The power of changing place.
Magistrality (n.) Magisterialness; arbitrary dogmatism.
Malleability (n.) The quality or state of being malleable; -- opposed to friability and brittleness.
Memorability (n.) The quality or state of being memorable.
Miscredulity (n.) Wrong credulity or belief; misbelief.
Molecularity (n.) The state of consisting of molecules; the state or quality of being molecular.
Monstruosity (n.) Monstrosity.
Multiformity (n.) The quality of being multiform; diversity of forms; variety of appearances in the same thing.
Multiplicity (n.) The quality of being multiple, manifold, or various; a state of being many; a multitude; as, a multiplicity of thoughts or objects.
Municipality (n.) A municipal district; a borough, city, or incorporated town or village.
Navigability (n.) The quality or condition of being navigable; navigableness.
Nonnecessity (n.) Absence of necessity; the quality or state of being unnecessary.
Opposability (n.) The condition or quality of being opposable.
Ordinability (n.) Capability of being ordained or appointed.
Palatability (n.) Palatableness.
Parochiality (n.) The state of being parochial.
Perceptivity (n.) The quality or state of being perceptive; power of perception.
Permeability (n.) The quality or state of being permeable.
Perspicacity (n.) The state of being perspicacious; acuteness of sight or of intelligence; acute discernment.
Plausibility (n.) Something worthy of praise.
Plausibility (n.) The quality of being plausible; speciousness.
Plausibility (n.) Anything plausible or specious.
Pneumaticity (n.) The state of being pneumatic, or of having a cavity or cavities filled with air; as, the pneumaticity of the bones of birds.
Polypragmaty (n.) The state of being overbusy.
Posteriority (n.) The state of being later or subsequent; as, posteriority of time, or of an event; -- opposed to priority.
Potentiality (n.) The quality or state of being potential; possibility, not actuality; inherent capability or disposition, not actually exhibited.
Practicality (n.) The quality or state of being practical; practicalness.
Principality (n.) Sovereignty; supreme power; hence, superiority; predominance; high, or the highest, station.
Principality (n.) A prince; one invested with sovereignty.
Principality (n.) The territory or jurisdiction of a prince; or the country which gives title to a prince; as, the principality of Wales.
Productivity (n.) The quality or state of being productive; productiveness.
Pseudonumity (n.) The using of fictitious names, as by authors.
Refutability (n.) The quality of being refutable.
Renewability (n.) The quality or state of being renewable.
Reparability (n.) The quality or state of being reparable.
Revocability (n.) The quality of being revocable; as, the revocability of a law.
Ridiculosity (n.) The quality or state of being ridiculous; ridiculousness; also, something ridiculous.
Scissiparity (n.) Reproduction by fission.
Scrupulosity (n.) The quality or state of being scruppulous; doubt; doubtfulness respecting decision or action; caution or tenderness from the far of doing wrong or ofending; nice regard to exactness and propierty; precision.
Sectionality (n.) The state or quality of being sectional; sectionalism.
Seignioralty (n.) The territory or authority of a seignior, or lord.
Self-charity (n.) Self-love.
Sempiternity (n.) Future duration without end; the relation or state of being sempiternal.
Separability (n.) Quality of being separable or divisible; divisibility; separableness.
Simultaneity (n.) The quality or state of being simultaneous; simultaneousness.
Sinistrality (n.) The quality or state of being sinistral.
Soliitariety (n.) The state of being solitary; solitariness.
Spendthrifty (a.) Spendthrift; prodigal.
Spirituality (n.) The quality or state of being spiritual; incorporeality; heavenly-mindedness.
Spirituality (n.) That which belongs to the church, or to a person as an ecclesiastic, or to religion, as distinct from temporalities.
Spirituality (n.) An ecclesiastical body; the whole body of the clergy, as distinct from, or opposed to, the temporality.
Spirituosity (n.) The quality or state of being spirituous; spirituousness.
Sportability (n.) Sportiveness.
Subjectivity (n.) The quality or state of being subjective; character of the subject.
Subterranity (n.) A place under ground; a subterrany.
Susceptivity (n.) Capacity for receiving; susceptibility.
Technicality (n.) The quality or state of being technical; technicalness.
Technicality (n.) That which is technical, or peculiar to any trade, profession, sect, or the like.
Temptability (n.) The quality or state of being temptable; lability to temptation.
Tolerabolity (n.) The quality or state of being tolerable.
Tractability (n.) The quality or state of being tractable or docile; docility; tractableness.
Tranquillity (n.) The quality or state of being tranquil; calmness; composure.
Unamiability (n.) The quality or state of being unamiable; moroseness.
Unconformity (n.) Want of conformity; incongruity; inconsistency.
Unconformity (n.) Want of parallelism between strata in contact.
Underfaculty (n.) An inferior or subordinate faculty.
Unelasticity (n.) Inelasticity.
Universality (n.) The quality or state of being universal; unlimited extension or application; generality; -- distinguished from particularity; as, the unversality of a proposition; the unversality of sin; the unversality of the Deluge.
Unsimplicity (n.) Absence of simplicity; artfulness.
Vaporability (n.) The quality or state of being vaporable.
Vegetability (n.) The quality or state of being vegetable.
Venerability (n.) The quality or state of being venerable; venerableness.
Verisimility (n.) Verisimilitude.
About the author
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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".