Did you by any chance mean amity?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A compound suffix of Latin origin, also in reduced form -alty, as in reality, realty, legality, loyalty, etc. See -al and -ity, -ty.
“He bored everyone around him and eventually became a joke as he added 'ality' to everything he said...financeality, contentmentality, acquisitionality...he just went on and on while we pissed ourselves laughing.”
“The box which makes a whirring noise next to me I bought second hand two years ago, and please don't add 'ality' to the end of words.”
“The other, Alexandra/Tatiana, is a tortured cipher who nevertheless shows glimpses of a specific person/ality buried in the clichÃ©.”
“The other, Alexandra/Tatiana, is a tortured cipher who nevertheless shows glimpses of a specific person/ality buried in the cliché.”
“The title is unnecessarily contentious; this is actually a brilliantly clear summary of the philosophical complications involved in sorting out what we know— and can know—about consciousness, intention ality and self-awareness in animals.”
“And Jojohn went and woke up Wall, and Wall was only too ready to swear that it was Your Humble Narrator that had done the real dirty tolchocking and brut - ality.”
“Design your ideal smoothie and find out your Kefir-ality here”
“Chima, who was an eviction nominee and needed to take it seriously and win, revealed a rack that said: "Super ality.”
“So Tyra sent me over here so I can talk about person - ality which I have a lot of and that's what you're gonna need when you're in this business," she advises cheerfully.”
“Venezuela has seen so many colors in its history where a predominance of the one or the other has had sad results on the whole ... like last month's Plasticine ... where a truly democratic society appreciates and values all colors as valid towards a concensus-ality that ultimately is the issue of true democracy.”
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