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inconveniency

noun in·con·ve·nien·cy \ˌin-kən-ˈvē-nyən(t)-sē\
plural in·con·ve·nien·cies

Definition of INCONVENIENCY

First Known Use of INCONVENIENCY

circa 1552

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