Etymology
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self-congratulation (n.)

"state or fact of felicitating oneself," 1630s, from self- + congratulation. Related: Self-congratulations.

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availment (n.)

"successful issue; fact of being effective," 1690s, from avail (v.) + -ment.

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placement (n.)

"a putting, placing or setting; action of placing; fact of being placed," 1835, from place (v.) + -ment.

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disappearance (n.)

"act or fact of disappearing; a ceasing to appear or exist," 1712; see disappear + -ance.

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convergence (n.)

"tendency to one point, character or fact of converging," 1713, from converge + -ence. Related: Convergency.

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self-deprecation (n.)

"fact or expression of disapproval of oneself," 1843; see self- + deprecation.

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immanence (n.)

"fact or state of indwelling," 1816; see immanent + -ence. Immanency is from 1650s.

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improbability (n.)

1590s, "fact or quality of being improbable;" see improbable + -ity. Meaning "an instance of something improbable" is from 1610s.

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co-presence (n.)

also copresence, "act or fact of being present with (another)," 1802, from co- + presence. Related: Copresent.

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fait accompli (n.)

"a scheme already carried into execution," 19c., French, literally "an accomplished fact." See feat and accomplish.

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