Definition of Discommode

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




Definition of Discommode

1. v. t. To put inconvenience; to incommode; to trouble.

Definition of Discommode

1. Verb. (transitive) To cause someone inconvenience ¹

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Definition of Discommode

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Discommode

discomfortingly
discomforts
discommend
discommendable
discommendation
discommended
discommender
discommenders
discommending
discommends
discommission
discommissioned
discommissioning
discommissions
discommodate
discommode (current term)
discommoded
discommodes
discommoding
discommodious
discommodiously
discommodiousness
discommodity
discommon
discommoned
discommoning
discommons
discommunity
discompany

Literary usage of Discommode

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1. Copy of the Old Records of the Town of Duxbury, Mass: From 1642 to 1770 by Duxbury (Mass.), George Etheridge, Duxbury (Mass.). Proprietors (1893)
"... to build a pew in the southerly corner of the meeting house, in the gallery, for their use provided they did not discommode others, that sit in the ..."

2. History of the Town of Sutton, Massachusetts, from 1704 to 1876: Including by Hiram Averill Tracy, William Addison Benedict (1878)
"provided they Did not hurt nor discommode the going up the gallery stares." Permission was given to ..."

3. Applied Business English by Hubert Adonley Hagar, Rupert Pitt SoRelle (1914)
"discommode—incommode I fear I shall discommode you. I fear I shall incommode you. "discommode" is obsolete. Disremember—do not remember ..."

4. Correct English, how to Use it: A Complete Grammar by Josephine Turck Baker (1907)
"DON'T SAY: SAY: I fear that I shall discommode I fear that I shall incommode you. you. NOTE.—"discommode," at one time a favorite word, ..."

5. Handbook of Commercial English by Iva Luella Myers Webber (1913)
"discommode, to put to trouble or annoy. Incommode, to inconvenience. ... The word incommode has superseded discommode ; as, "I shall incommode you. ..."

6. Street Pavements and Paving Materials: A Manual of City Pavements: the by George William Tillson (1912)
"... any action which tends to discommode or interfere unnecessarily with the action of the cars must discommode to a great extent a very large proportion of ..."

7. Colonization, Particularly in Southern Australia: Particularly in Southern by Charles James Napier (1835)
"A minister may have boils which discommode him on taking his seat in the Commons house, a whimsical wife to discommode him in his own house, and fifty other ..."

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