[kon-ek-tiv-i-tee, kuh-nek‐]
the state or quality of being connected or connective: the benefits of global connectivity.
Computers. the ability to link to and communicate with other computer systems, electronic devices, software, or the Internet: This laptop has limited connectivity.

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connective (kəˈnɛktɪv)
1.  serving to connect or capable of connecting
2.  a thing that connects
3.  grammar, logic
 a.  a less common word for conjunction
 b.  any word that connects phrases, clauses, or individual words
 c.  a symbol used in a formal language in the construction of compound sentences from simpler sentences, corresponding to terms such as or, and, not, etc, in ordinary speech
4.  botany the tissue of a stamen that connects the two lobes of the anther
5.  anatomy a nerve-fibre bundle connecting two nerve centres

connectivity (ˌkɒnɛkˈtɪvɪtɪ)
1.  the state of being or being able to be connected
2.  computing the state of being connected to the internet
3.  computing the capacity of a machine or appliance to be connected to other machines, appliances, or facilities

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Example sentences
The sense of community and connectivity is the strongest out of the whole
They show the active network with blinking lights at the nodes, its speed and
  connectivity, and its usage.
As always, you bring together a lot of information and ideas and then invite us
  to consider their connectivity.
Our imagination is built, layer by layer, upon a foundation of neural
  connectivity that extends throughout our physical bodies.
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