inconcinnity (ca. 1616): lack of suitability or congruity : INELEGENCE
Its antonym's definition seems more useful:
concinnity (1531): harmony or elegance of design esp. of literary style
in adaptation of parts to a whole or to each other
I hope this helps.
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