noun, plural in·for·mal·i·ties for 2.
Related formssu·per·in·for·mal·i·ty, noun, plural su·per·in·for·mal·i·ties.
Examples from the Web for informality
So far Harry's tour of the Caribbean has been a riot of informality with booze, boogies and broken-down boats a-plenty.
It was probably found that an 'informality' had occurred in certain communes, and that through this 2,494 votes must be annulled.France and the Republic|William Henry Hurlbert
The informality of the party, too, was a tremendous advantage to the young man, though he never guessed it.Heart of the Blue Ridge|Waldron Baily
Sometimes magistrates must resign because the college of augurs suspected some informality in the ceremonies of their election.Ten Great Religions|James Freeman Clarke
The student should be made to appreciate the remarkable liberality and informality of the synagogue customs.The Literature and History of New Testament Times|J. Gresham (John Gresham) Machen
Their acid glance at the men's attire showed what they thought of the informality of dress in which they'd been received.Do Unto Others|Mark Clifton