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incommode

verb in·com·mode \ˌin-kə-ˈmōd\
in·com·mod·edin·com·mod·ing

Definition of INCOMMODE

transitive verb
:  to give inconvenience or distress to :  disturb

Examples of INCOMMODE

  1. <the innkeeper tried to hide how much the request incommoded them>

Origin of INCOMMODE

Middle French incommoder, from Latin incommodare, from incommodus inconvenient, from in- + commodus convenient — more at commode
First Known Use: 1598

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