Origin of sociality
Examples from the Web for sociality
All admit that woman is the morality and religion, the love and sociality, of humanity.Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women|George Sumner Weaver
This alone is right and true sociality — or sociality as it ought to be.
He was struck and charmed by the freedom and sociality of our manners.Essays of Travel|Robert Louis Stevenson
Professor Cooley's view is that individuality is neither prior in time, nor inferior in rank, to sociality.Social Value|B. M. Anderson
It may readily be believed that with his strong love of sociality and excitement he was an apt pupil in that school.Robert Burns|Principal Shairp.
British Dictionary definitions for sociality
noun plural -ties
Word Origin and History for sociality
1640s, from French socialité or directly from Latin socialitas "fellowship, sociableness," from socialis (see social (adj.)).