[ UK /tˈɒpɪkˈælɪti/ ]
  1. the attribute of being of interest at the present time
    the library had to discard books that had lost their topicality
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How To Use topicality In A Sentence

  • the library had to discard books that had lost their topicality
  • In a world of changing lifestyles brought about by new services, technology and e-commerce, this book enters the arena of contemporary research with particular topicality.
  • But the present, China already is not only the economic giant, a topicality great nation.
  • As talkback entrenched itself as an integral part of the Australian radio landscape, her program was also said to lack sufficient topicality.
  • Wang Ningde gives neither a precise contour to his past nor an explicit topicality to reality.
  • Because of recent events, the programme has taken on an unexpected topicality.
  • After detailed analysis and comparison, we can conclude that sentence-initial noun phrases have advantages in the syntactic position, there is a certain topicality.
  • The Middle East, of course, continues to be a focal point of global politics so the movie had a symbolic topicality as well.
  • This is not just a random grab at topicality but a surprisingly cogent decision.
  • In the first place it is possible to infer a certain topicality in the discourse.
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