Definition of Incommode

1. Verb. To cause inconvenience or discomfort to. "Sorry to trouble you, but..."




Definition of Incommode

1. v. t. To give inconvenience or trouble to; to disturb or molest; to discommode; to worry; to put out; as, we are incommoded by want of room.

2. n. An inconvenience.

Definition of Incommode

1. Verb. to disturb, to discomfort, to hinder. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Incommode

1. [v -MODED, -MODING, -MODES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incommode

incomitant strabismus
incomities
incomity
incommensurability
incommensurable
incommensurableness
incommensurables
incommensurably
incommensurate
incommensurately
incommensuration
incommiscible
incommixture
incommodation
incommodations
incommode (current term)
incommoded
incommodement
incommodements
incommodes
incommoding
incommodious
incommodiously
incommodiousness
incommodities
incommodity
incommodius
incommunicability
incommunicable
incommunicably

Literary usage of Incommode

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1. The Private Journal of Aaron Burr, During His Residence of Four Years in by Aaron Burr (1838)
"... chez le prefet et ant incommode; mais de lui ecrire sur la demande que vous formez; le prefet dont je vieu, de recevoir la reponse, ..."

2. A complete dictionary of the English languageby Thomas Sheridan by Thomas Sheridan (1797)
"To THRONG, throng', va To op- prefs or incommode with crowds or tumult*. THROSTLE, ihre┬╗!, f. ... incommode ..."

3. The Works of Walter Savage Landor by Walter Savage Landor (1846)
"might incommode them in the regions of blies to alter pristine habits. Warmly and heartily do I thank you, M. Du Paty, for your observations : you have ..."

4. The Ancient Laws of Cambria: Containing the Institutional Triads of Dyvnwal by Wales, William Probert (1823)
"... bis representative, with his back towards the sun, or towards the weather, lest the weather incommode his face ; then the judge of the court, ..."

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