commerciality

[kuh-mur-shee-al-i-tee]
noun
  1. commercial quality or character; ability to produce a profit: Distributors were concerned about the film's commerciality compared with last year's successful pictures.

Origin of commerciality

First recorded in 1860–65; commercial + -ity
Related formsan·ti·com·mer·ci·al·i·ty, nounnon·com·mer·ci·al·i·ty, noun
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Historical Examples of commerciality

  • He was a brilliant student, yet of a commerciality of mind that equalled that of any Jewish student in the class.

    Still Jim

    Honor Willsie Morrow