injucundity

noun in·ju·cun·di·ty \ˌinjüˈkəndətē\

Definition of injucundity

plural

-es

archaic

  1. :  unpleasantness

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Origin and Etymology of injucundity

Latin injucunditas, from injucundus unpleasant, from in- 1in- + jucundus pleasant — more at jocund


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