discommode [ dis-kuh-mohd ]
verb (used with object), dis·com·mod·ed, dis·com·mod·ing.
1. to cause inconvenience to; disturb, trouble, or bother.
OTHER WORDS FROM DISCOMMODE
WORDS RELATED TO DISCOMMODE
disturb, disoblige, perturb, disquiet, bother, inconvenience, upset, vex, harass, irk, incommode, burden, fluster, trouble, molest, put out
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Origin: 1715–25; < French discommoder, equivalent to dis-dis- + -commoder, verbal derivative of commode convenient; see commode
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOMMODE
For this end it was necessary to discommode myself of my cloak, and of the volume which I carried in the pocket of my cloak.
EDGAR HUNTLEY|CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
An air of breathlessness about Rachel seemed to discommode her friends.
ERIK DORN|BEN HECHT
To ask for a guarantor for a reputable resident is simply to discommode two people instead of one.
A LIBRARY PRIMER|JOHN COTTON DANA
The boys shouted to their animals, who flew across the plain as though the snow did not discommode them in the least.
THE YOUNG RANCHERS|EDWARD S. ELLIS
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