VERB
  1. to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
    Sorry to trouble you, but...
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How To Use discommode In A Sentence

  • The White House would really rather we didn't discommode it, and therefore we don't? Ellis Weiner: Our Mister Brooks II: Reloaded
  • He, alone, had managed to evade and discommode the heavy-worlders, despite their physical superiority. Cattle Town
  • We were discommoded by his late arrival.
  • People who are genuinely discommoded should be compensated in order to facilitate the provision of infrastructure which will benefit the entire community.
  • After the rivals see what the court has done, the Republicans and Democrats scurry to make a deal to create or abolish districts so as to protect their favorites and discommode their known enemies, rivals or potential adversaries. Henry J. Stern: Pants Heating Up
  • 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.
  • He might similarly be discommoded by firefish, I continued, which are easier to spot but no less hurtful.
  • 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.
  • His colleague is similarly discommoded by the party's incoherent response to recent events.
  • Some may feel discommoded by the new arrangements.
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