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inconcinnity

inconcinnity

noun in·con·cin·ni·ty \ˌin-kən-ˈsi-nə-tē\

Definition of INCONCINNITY

:  lack of suitability or congruity :  inelegance

Origin of INCONCINNITY

Latin inconcinnitas, from in- + concinnitas concinnity
First Known Use: circa 1616

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