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incommodity

noun in·com·mod·i·ty \-ˈmä-də-tē\

Definition of INCOMMODITY

:  a source of inconvenience :  disadvantage <the incommodities of a single life — Samuel Johnson>

Examples of INCOMMODITY

  1. <cited reduced privacy as one of the incommodities of apartment living>

First Known Use of INCOMMODITY

15th century

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