Verb(1) to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
(1) Obviously if you are espousing change, it's going to discommode and upset certain people.(2) We don't want, in any way, to discommode people.(3) We obviously do not want to discommode people, and I understand their reaction to a degree, but the other gates of the park are open.(4) It is a reasonable assumption to conclude that the latter have decided to wreck the agreement and the British will not discommode them.(5) But whatever be the form of the discommodity , its intensity nearly always increases with the severity and the duration of labour.(6) Given the impact of one's decisions on a wider group of people, oughtn't government intervene to prevent that wider discommodity ?(7) Others are discommoded because a constituency colleague has won preferment.(8) In addition, the assembling operation is discommodious by the use of the additional part.(9) Do we believe he would really be that discommoded to find himself in such splendid company?(10) And in all of that time I can honestly say that I have never noted any of them being seriously discommoded by the demands of parenthood.(11) Those teeth, which are atypical are more difficult to clean, they are under greater strain therefore they can be loosened and lost sooner, while possibly causing aesthetic discommodity .(12) His colleague is similarly discommoded by the party's incoherent response to recent events.(13) We are more troubled with sickness, than comforted with health and so by the discommodity of sickness, we come to understand the commodity of health.(14) I suspect there's no law against it, but considering the obvious discommoding this causes for residents in the area, it is a practice I would certainly frown on.(15) He might similarly be discommoded by firefish, I continued, which are easier to spot but no less hurtful.(16) He said that while he was extremely relieved that no device was found, it was appalling that patients were discommoded and upset in this way.
2. inconvenience ::
3. incommode ::
4. bother ::
5. trouble ::
6. disoblige ::
1. accommodate ::
2. favor ::
3. oblige ::
Different Formsdiscommode, discommoded, discommodes, discommoding
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