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    Use in the sentence

    How do I use incovenient or inconveniece in a sentence?

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    Re: Use in the sentence

    'inconvenient' is the adjective and 'inconvenience' is the noun.
    "He telephoned at an inconvenient time."
    "Not having a car for a month was a great inconvenience."

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