noun, plural in·con·ven·ien·cies.
Examples from the Web for inconveniency
A well-regulated paper-money will supply it not only without any inconveniency, but, in some cases, with some advantages.
But if money is wanted, barter will supply its place, though with a good deal of inconveniency.
When destined for the maintenance of the church, they are attended with nothing but inconveniency.
It will be no inconveniency to me therefore to wait upon you at whatever time you please.Life of Adam Smith|John Rae
But what improves the circumstances of the greater part, can never be regarded as any inconveniency to the whole.
Word Origin and History for inconveniency
mid-15c., "mischief, injury," from Latin inconvenientia (see inconvenience (n.)). Meaning "trouble, disadvantage" is from 1550s.