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discommode

verb dis·com·mode \ˌdis-kə-ˈmōd\
dis·com·mod·eddis·com·mod·ing

Definition of DISCOMMODE

transitive verb
:  to cause inconvenience to :  trouble

Examples of DISCOMMODE

  1. <the breakdown of her car didn't discommode her seriously>

Origin of DISCOMMODE

French discommoder, from dis- + commode convenient — more at commode
First Known Use: 1678

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