noun, plural mo·dal·i·ties.
Origin of modality
Examples from the Web for modalities
Contemporary Examples of modalities
These would be relatively specific, possibly including a general timeline and modalities for future negotiation.Is Bibi Striking a Different Tone On Peace?
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Historical Examples of modalities
To sum up, the modalities of matter are supplied by the feminine germ.Reincarnation
It is clear, he says, that the modalities of the action of the blind are explained by spatial representations.Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge
The personal consciousness is only one of the modalities of the general consciousness.Metapsychical Phenomena
But this division into three modalities or into three states is far from giving the number of the manifestations of being.Delsarte System of Oratory
In view of the many differences obtaining between them, how otherwise could modalities form a category?Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 3
noun plural -ties
1610s, from Old French modalité or directly from Medieval Latin modalitatem (nominative modalitas) "a being modal," from modalis (see modal). Related: Modalities.