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in-convĕnĭens , entis, adj.
I. Lit., not accordant, unsuitable, dissimilar (class., but not used by Cic. or Cæs.): facta, Cass. ad Cic. Fam. 12, 13, 1: “inconvenientia jungere,Sen. Vit. Beat. 12: “corpus,Phaedr. 3, 13, 6.—
II. Trop., unbefitting (post-class.); with dat., App. de Mundo, p. 70, 7; Ambros. in Psa. 118, Serm. 13, § 11.— Hence, adv.: inconvĕnĭenter , unsuitably (eccl. Lat.), Aug. de Gen. ad Litt. 11, 15; id. de Trin. 2, 9.—Sup., Boëth. ap. Aristot. Libr. de Interp. p. 264.
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