The Collaborative International Dictionary
Passibility \Pas`si*bil"i*ty\, n. [L. passibilitas: cf. F.
The quality or state of being passible; aptness to feel or
n. The quality or state of being passible; aptness to feel or suffer; sensibility.
Usage examples of "passibility".
Thirdly, in order to show us an example of patience by valiantly bearing up against human passibility and defects.
Christ healed the passibility and corruptibility of our body by assuming it, He consequently healed all other defects.
And, consequently, we must not say simply that He partook of the effect of His priesthood but with this qualification-- in regard to the passibility of the flesh.