noun, plural in·con·ven·ien·cies.
Origin of inconveniency
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We are not aware of any inconveniencies in the use of a general plural.The Indian in his Wigwam
Henry R. Schoolcraft
Rush not into a state of life, the inconveniencies of which you never thought on.
Be patient under all the infirmities and inconveniencies of old age.
But neither of these inconveniencies were susceptible of remedy.Wieland; or The Transformation
Charles Brockden Brown
To remedy these inconveniencies, I at first used a bottle with two necks, Pl.Elements of Chemistry,
mid-15c., "mischief, injury," from Latin inconvenientia (see inconvenience (n.)). Meaning "trouble, disadvantage" is from 1550s.