The Collaborative International Dictionary
Indivisibility \In`di*vis`i*bil"i*ty\, n. [Cf. F.
The state or property of being indivisible or inseparable;
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1640s, from indivisible + -ity.
n. 1 (context uncountable English) The state of being indivisible. The state incapable of being divided. 2 (context countable English) An indivisible factor or object.
Usage examples of "indivisibility".
Is the next-to-perfect indivisibility wishing to travel the magical riverway with your friends?
Battle for the rights of the industrialists, battle for the rights of the agriculturists, battle on behalf of bullyrag Abe, who saw himself, I insist, as the issue: my will, my national entity, my idea of indivisibility.