noun, plural pro·vin·ci·al·i·ties.
- provincial council,
- provincial police,
- proving ground,
Origin of provinciality
Examples from the Web for provinciality
The note of provinciality in Addison is to be found in the commonplace of his ideas, though his style is classical.
He paused again, and Marion began to realize the full degree of her provinciality and ignorance.The Heart of Thunder Mountain|Edfrid A. Bingham
Its provinciality is of greater cash value to the newspaper than the cosmopolitan significance of the message from London.My Life|Josiah Flynt
Even Boston provinciality is a precious testimony to the authoritative personality of the city.A Modern Instance|William Dean Howells
Each type in turn has its note of provinciality when compared with the norm of the typical American.The American Mind|Bliss Perry