inordination

inordination

(ɪnˌɔːdɪˈneɪʃən)
n
inordinateness
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I shall confront you with an inordination of Carnation tinned milk.
This inordination is unreasonable, contradicts natural law, and is unjust.
'I hope to reach out to all the people of Birmingham, which is why I invited representatives of all the sects to my inordination. Birmingham has many problems - poor housing and poor education among them - that requires all the faiths to work together.'