noun, plural u·ni·ver·sal·i·ties.
Origin of universality
Related Words for universalityacclaim, acceptance, reputation, demand, following, fame, pervasiveness, generalization, adoration, fashion, favor, regard, prevalence, currency, renown, esteem, approval, repute, idolization, heyday
Examples from the Web for universality
Contemporary Examples of universality
Rather, the universality of Barcelona lies in the common experience shared by all Americans who spend time abroad.Whit Stillman on the 20th Anniversary of ‘Barcelona’, His New Amazon Series, and the Myth of the Ugly Expat
August 10, 2014
The creative team behind Looking, though, is certainly aware that the expectation for universality exists.HBO’s ‘Looking,’ Gays, and Sex: Are We All Expecting Too Much?
January 17, 2014
By delving into her own experience, Carucci was able to examine more deeply the universality of motherhood.Elinor Carucci Captures the Messy, Beautiful Reality of Motherhood
November 23, 2013
With Kamala Khan, Marvel is smashing the tired stereotype by showing the universality of issues that plague teenagers.Meet the Muslim Ms. Marvel: Kamala Khan’s Fight Against Stereotypes
November 8, 2013
One such function is the Universal Periodic Review, and the universality is right there in the name.Israel Unilaterally Withdraws From U.N. Rights Review
January 29, 2013
Historical Examples of universality
It is the distinctiveness, not the universality of the truth, which renders it important.Modern Painters Volume I (of V)
True knowledge is a whole, and is at rest; consistency and universality are the tests of truth.The Republic
We hide this universality if we can, but it appears at all points.
Let into it the new and renewing principle of love, and property will be universality.
Does not the universality of the law imply a universal cause?Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I
late 14c., from Old French universaliteit (14c.) or directly from Late Latin universalitas, from Latin universalis (see universal).