Definition of Incommoding

1. Verb. (present participle of incommode) ¹



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Definition of Incommoding

1. incommode [v] - See also: incommode

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incommoding

incommensurableness
incommensurables
incommensurably
incommensurate
incommensurately
incommensuration
incommiscible
incommixture
incommodation
incommodations
incommode
incommoded
incommodement
incommodements
incommodes
incommoding (current term)
incommodious
incommodiously
incommodiousness
incommodities
incommodity
incommodius
incommunicability
incommunicable
incommunicably
incommunicado
incommunicated
incommunicatively

Literary usage of Incommoding

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1. London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis by David Hughson (1805)
"... amounting to two hundred and fortr : cons) would fill the Hall, without incommoding ... incommoding ..."

2. The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All Cases in the by Lawrence Lewis, Adelbert Hamilton, John Houston Merrill, William Mark McKinney, James Manford Kerr, John Crawford Thomson (1890)
"... basket, or package too large to be carried on the lap of the passenger without incommoding others, five or ten cents, according to size. ..."

3. The Scots Revised Reports: Cases Reported Only in the Scottish Jurist, 1829-1865 by Scotland Court of Session (1907)
"... is qualified by the words, " in so far as the same can be done without incommoding the other parties : " the words are these,—" Reserving always to the ..."

4. The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas (1901)
"HOW, WITHOUT incommoding HIMSELF, ATHOS GOT HIS OUTFIT. THE young man made his escape while she was still threatening him with an impotent gesture. ..."

5. Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa by Edward Daniel Clarke (1815)
"they were contrived as passages for the spectators from one part of the theatre to another, without incommoding those •who were seated ; for the same ..."

6. The Canadian Law Timesby Judicial Committee, Great Britain, Privy Council by Judicial Committee, Great Britain, Privy Council (1903)
"... does not necessarily imply the impeding or incommoding of peaceable passengers, ... impeding or incommoding is essential to justify a conviction.—2. ..."

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