inadvertency

[in-uhd-vur-tn-see]
noun, plural inadvertencies.

Origin:
1585–95; < Medieval Latin inadvertentia, equivalent to Latin in- in-3 + advert- turn to (see advert1) + -entia -ency

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inadvertence or inadvertency (ˌɪnədˈvɜːtəns)
 
n
1.  lack of attention; heedlessness
2.  an instance or an effect of being inadvertent; oversight; slip
 
inadvertency or inadvertency
 
n

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The bill added an inadvertency clause, and gave officers the ability to charge for another infraction or misdemeanor.
No part of any fee is refundable unless the commissioner determines that it was paid as a result of mistake or inadvertency.
We have discussed many, many times about the inadvertency of a lot of the human error in the system.
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