"Eternality" and "eternity" both mean "eternalness" that is, the state of being eternal. I don't think I've ever used the word eternality in my life, and I doubt whether most people have even heard of it.Teacher,
When to use the word "eternality" and the word "eternity"?
Is this sentence right?
The wise men were with him for eternality?
or ... for eternity?
If the presence of the wise men were an annoyance, as the presence of wise men often is, you might say: "The eternality of the presence of the wise men was hard to bear", thereby saying in a round about way that the silly twits just wouldn't leave