insolidity

insolidity

(ˌɪnsəˈlɪdɪtɪ)
n
weakness or lack of solidity
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Not only New York School, with its interest in the visual and the arch, but also the Language School, with its investigations into the solidity and insolidity of language's capability to convey meaning, paid close attention to Coolidge's experiments.
To complete the picture," of its insolidity infertility, and perversion of natural and predictable spatial boundaries, he goes on to describe the island's inhabitants.
But for all this work's insolidity, it's not the kind of art that solicits your anxious concern or asks you to worry about the fact that the whole thing might crumble if you talk too loud.