Words that end in cy

-cy suffix State; condition; quality: bankruptcy. Rank; office: baronetcy. Origin of -cy Middle English -cie from Old French -cie, -tie from Latin -cia, -tia Greek -kiā, -keia, -tiā, -teia mutually reliant inconsistencythe quality of lacking a harmonious uniformity among parts insufficientof a quantity not able to fulfill a need or requirement indeterminacythe quality of being vague and poorly defined intermittentstopping and starting at irregular intervals transcendentexceeding or surpassing usual limits recalcitrantstubbornly resistant to authority or control constituencythe body of voters who elect a representative for their area transparencythe quality of being clear inefficientnot producing desired results; wasteful illegitimacyunlawfulness by virtue of not being authorized by or in accordance with law incompetentnot qualified or suited for a purpose independentfree from external control and constraint belligerentcharacteristic of an enemy or one eager to fight gerontocracya political system governed by old people incontinentnot having control over urination and defecation extravagantrecklessly wasteful preoccupiedhaving excessive or compulsive concern with something precipitantdone with very great haste and without due deliberation inadvertenthappening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally impermanentnot lasting inexpediencythe quality of being unsuited to the end in view translucentallowing light to pass through diffusely resplendenthaving great beauty consistencya harmonious uniformity or agreement among things or parts consultancythe practice of giving expert advice within a field bureaucracya government administered primarily by nonelective officials contingencythe state of being dependent on something discrepancya difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions delinquencynonpayment of a debt when due proficiencythe quality of having great facility and competence complacencythe feeling you have when you are satisfied with yourself sufficiencythe quality of being…

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-cy

suffix

  1. State; condition; quality: bankruptcy.
  2. Rank; office: baronetcy.

Origin of -cy

Middle English -cie from Old French -cie, -tie from Latin -cia, -tia Greek -kiā, -keia, -tiā, -teia

mutually reliant

inconsistency
the quality of lacking a harmonious uniformity among parts

insufficient
of a quantity not able to fulfill a need or requirement

indeterminacy
the quality of being vague and poorly defined

intermittent
stopping and starting at irregular intervals

transcendent
exceeding or surpassing usual limits

recalcitrant
stubbornly resistant to authority or control

constituency
the body of voters who elect a representative for their area

transparency
the quality of being clear

inefficient
not producing desired results; wasteful

illegitimacy
unlawfulness by virtue of not being authorized by or in accordance with law

incompetent
not qualified or suited for a purpose

independent
free from external control and constraint

belligerent
characteristic of an enemy or one eager to fight

gerontocracy
a political system governed by old people

incontinent
not having control over urination and defecation

extravagant
recklessly wasteful

preoccupied
having excessive or compulsive concern with something

precipitant
done with very great haste and without due deliberation

inadvertent
happening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally

impermanent
not lasting

inexpediency
the quality of being unsuited to the end in view

translucent
allowing light to pass through diffusely

resplendent
having great beauty

consistency
a harmonious uniformity or agreement among things or parts

consultancy
the practice of giving expert advice within a field

bureaucracy
a government administered primarily by nonelective officials

contingency
the state of being dependent on something

discrepancy
a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions

delinquency
nonpayment of a debt when due

proficiency
the quality of having great facility and competence

complacency
the feeling you have when you are satisfied with yourself

sufficiency
the quality of being enough for the end in view

conserve
keep in safety and protect from harm, loss, or destruction

aristocracy
a privileged class holding hereditary titles

persist
refuse to stop

confederacy
a union of political organizations

meritocracy
a social system in which power goes to superior intellects

despondency
feeling downcast and disheartened and hopeless

concurrent
occurring or operating at the same time

irrelevant
having no bearing on or connection with the subject at issue

inconstancy
the quality of being changeable and variable

technocracy
a form of government in which scientists and technical experts are in control

converge
be adjacent or come together

totipotency
the ability of a cell to give rise to unlike cells and so to develop a new organism or part

conversant
well informed about or knowing thoroughly

oneiromancy
divination through the interpretation of dreams

rhabdomancy
searching for underground water or minerals by using a dowsing rod

stratocracy
government by the military and an army

gynecocracy
a political system governed by a woman

inhabit
live in; be a resident of

astringent
tending to draw together or constrict soft organic tissue

accountant
someone who maintains and audits financial records

lieutenant
a commissioned military officer

infrequent
not occurring regularly or at short intervals

chieftaincy
the position of chieftain

prolificacy
the property of producing abundantly and sustaining vigorous and luxuriant growth

paramount
having superior power and influence

efficiency
skillfulness in avoiding wasted time and effort

redundancy
the attribute of being superfluous and unneeded

presidency
the office and function of president

conspiracy
a plot to carry out some harmful or illegal act

deficiency
lack of an adequate quantity or number

dependent
a person who relies on another person for support

legitimacy
lawfulness by virtue of being authorized

expectant
marked by eager anticipation

resiliency
ability of a material to return to its original shape

insolvency
the lack of financial resources

inadequacy
a lack of competence

competency
the quality of being adequately or well qualified

ascendancy
the state when one person or group has power over another

malignant
dangerous to health

illiteracy
an inability to read

expediency
the quality of being suited to the end in view

insurgency
an organized rebellion aimed at overthrowing a government

inaccuracy
the quality of having errors

comply
act in accordance with someone’s rules, commands, or wishes

degeneracy
the state of being degenerate in mental or moral qualities

permanent
continuing or enduring without marked change in status

incumbent
necessary as a duty or responsibility; morally binding

episcopacy
the collective body of bishops

effeminacy
the trait of being effeminate (derogatory of a man)

magistracy
the position of magistrate

sycophant
a person who tries to please someone to gain an advantage

inefficacy
a lack of efficacy

plutocracy
a political system governed by the wealthy people

necromancy
conjuring up the dead, especially for prophesying

detergent
a cleansing agent that differs from soap

brilliant
full of light; shining intensely

indelicacy
the trait of being indelicate and offensive

chiromancy
telling fortunes by lines on the palm of the hand

diverge
move or draw apart

hydromancy
divination by water

ochlocracy
a political system in which a mob is the source of control

prepotency
the state of being predominant over others

advert
a public promotion of some product or service

flatulency
a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal

benign
kind in disposition or manner

viscountcy
the title of a viscount

bankruptcy
a legal process for a corporation declared to be insolvent

profligacy
the trait of spending extravagantly

trenchant
having keenness and forcefulness and penetration in thought

mendicant
a pauper who lives by begging

incessant
uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing

absorbency
the property of being absorbent

precede
be earlier in time

stringent
demanding strict attention to rules and procedures

ascendency
the state that exists when one person or group has power over another

inclement
severe, of weather

pertain
be relevant to

truculent
defiantly aggressive

turbulent
characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination

corpulent
excessively fat

excellent
very good; of the highest quality

transient
lasting a very short time

incipient
only partly in existence; imperfectly formed

insistent
demanding attention

chaplain
a member of the clergy ministering to some institution

emergency
a sudden unforeseen crisis that requires immediate action

frequency
the number of occurrences within a given time period

democracy
the orientation of those who favor government by the people

pregnancy
the state of being pregnant

occupancy
an act of being a tenant

diplomacy
negotiation between nations

supremacy
power to dominate or defeat

residency
the act of dwelling in or occupying a place

immediacy
the quickness of action or occurrence

relevant
having a bearing on or connection with the subject at issue

hesitant
unable to act or decide quickly or firmly

indecency
the quality of being morally offensive or shocking

cohere
cause to form a united, orderly, and consistent whole

constancy
the quality of being enduring and free from change

autocracy
a theory favoring unlimited authority by an individual

intricacy
the quality of having elaborately complex detail

obstinacy
resolute adherence to your own ideas or desires

theocracy
a political unit governed by a deity

adjacent
having a common boundary or edge

inerrancy
exemption from mistakes

baronetcy
the rank or dignity or position of a baronet or baroness

biopiracy
biological theft

mobocracy
a political system in which a mob is the source of control

contumacy
obstinate rebelliousness and insubordination

imminent
close in time; about to occur

innocent
free from sin

pyromancy
divination by fire or flames

monocracy
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator (not restricted by a constitution or laws or opposition etc.)

general
applying to all or most members of a category or group

fragrant
pleasant-smelling

oscitancy
an involuntary intake of breath through a wide open mouth

decadent
marked by excessive self-indulgence and moral decay

appetency
a feeling of craving something

impotent
(of a male) unable to copulate

captaincy
the post of captain

inherent
existing as an essential constituent or characteristic

immanent
inherent; existing or remaining within

virulent
extremely poisonous or injurious; producing venom

purulency
symptom of being purulent (containing or forming pus)

covalency
valence characterized by the sharing of electrons in a chemical compound; the number of pairs of electrons an atom can share

prurient
characterized by lust

sentient
endowed with feeling and unstructured consciousness

strident
unpleasantly loud and harsh

plangent
loud and resounding, often in a mournful way

militancy
a combative aggressiveness

aberrant
markedly different from an accepted norm

recusancy
refusal to submit to established authority

flippant
showing an inappropriate lack of seriousness

poignancy
a quality that arouses emotions, especially pity or sorrow

stagnate
stand still

intestate
having made no valid will or not disposed of by a legal will

candidacy
the campaign of a candidate to be elected

currency
the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used

accuracy
the quality of being near to the true value

tendency
an inclination to do something

efficacy
capacity or power to produce a desired result

literacy
the ability to read and write

advocacy
active support of an idea or cause

pharmacy
a retail shop where medicine and other articles are sold

intimacy
a feeling of being close and belonging together

prophecy
a prediction uttered under divine inspiration

delicacy
the quality of being exquisitely fine in appearance

celibacy
abstaining from sexual relations

buoyancy
the tendency to float in water or other liquid

leniency
a disposition to yield to the wishes of someone

clemency
leniency and compassion shown toward offenders

normalcy
the state of being within the range of regular functioning

vagrant
a wanderer with no established residence or means of support

theodicy
the branch of religious studies that defends God’s goodness

obduracy
resoluteness by virtue of being unyielding and inflexible

exigency
a pressing or urgent situation

tangent
a line that touches a curve at only one point

fervent
characterized by intense emotion

geomancy
divination by means of signs connected with the earth

instant
a very short time

delegate
a person appointed or elected to represent others

ultimacy
the state or degree of being ultimate

numeracy
skill with numbers and mathematics

adequacy
the quality of being able to meet a need satisfactorily

verdant
characterized by abundance of vegetation and green foliage

valiant
having or showing heroism or courage

radiate
send out rays or waves

salient
conspicuous, prominent, or important

solvent
capable of meeting financial obligations

piquancy
a tart, spicy quality

blatant
without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious

vibrate
sound with resonance

dormant
inactive but capable of becoming active

pungent
strong and sharp to the sense of taste

lambent
softly bright or radiant

nascent
being born or beginning

privacy
the condition of being concealed or hidden

urgency
an earnest and insistent necessity

vacancy
an empty area or space

infancy
the early stage of growth or development

secrecy
the condition of being concealed or hidden

regent
someone who rules during the absence of the monarch

potency
the power or right to give orders or make decisions

latency
the state of being not yet evident or active

tenancy
the act or state of being an occupant

decency
the quality of conforming to rules of propriety and morality

primacy
the state of being first in importance

fallacy
a misconception resulting from incorrect reasoning

truancy
failure to attend, especially school

patent
a document granting an inventor sole rights to an invention

valency
the phenomenon of forming chemical bonds

mediacy
the quality of being mediate

errant
straying from the right course or from accepted standards

prelate
a senior clergyman and dignitary

cadency
a recurrent rhythmical series

pliant
capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out

recent
of the immediate past or just previous to the present time

cogent
powerfully persuasive

fluency
powerful and effective language

policy
a plan of action adopted by an individual or social group

agency
the state of being in action or exerting power

legacy
a gift of personal property by will

piracy
the act of plagiarizing

papacy
the government of the Roman Catholic Church

bounce
spring back; spring away from an impact

lunacy
foolish or senseless behavior

idiot
a person of subnormal intelligence

chancy
subject to accident or chance or change

fleece
outer coat of especially sheep and yaks

curate
a person authorized to conduct religious worship

abbacy
the jurisdiction or office of an abbot

fancy
not plain; decorative or ornamented

mercy
a disposition to be kind and forgiving

spicy
having an agreeably pungent taste

juicy
full of juice

saucy
improperly forward or bold

pricy
having a high price

spacy
stupefied by (or as if by) some narcotic drug

lace
a cord that is drawn through eyelets or around hooks

racy
marked by richness and fullness of flavor

icy
covered with or containing or consisting of ice