Inconveniency



[in-kuh n-veen-yuh n-see] /ˌɪn kənˈvin yən si/

noun, plural inconveniencies.
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mid-15c., “mischief, injury,” from Latin inconvenientia (see inconvenience (n.)). Meaning “trouble, disadvantage” is from 1550s.

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