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precipitancy

[ pri-sip-i-tuhn-see ]
/ prɪˈsɪp ɪ tən si /
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noun, plural pre·cip·i·tan·cies.
the quality or state of being precipitant.
headlong or rash haste.
precipitancies, hasty or rash acts.
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Origin of precipitancy

First recorded in 1610–20; precipit(ant) + -ancy
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