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unsoundness

noun un·sound·ness \-ˈsan(d)-nəs\

Definition of UNSOUNDNESS

1
:  the quality or state of being unsound
2
:  something (as a disease, injury, or defect) that causes one to be unsound

Examples of UNSOUNDNESS

  1. <the overall unsoundness of her health in her last years greatly limited what she could do>

First Known Use of UNSOUNDNESS

1586

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