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inelegance (n.)

1690s, from French inélégance (16c.) or directly from Late Latin inelegantia, from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + Latin elegantia "taste, propriety, refinement" (see elegance).

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Definitions of inelegance from WordNet

inelegance (n.)
the quality of lacking refinement and good taste;
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