Definition of discommodity
1 archaic a : inconvenience, disadvantageousness you go about, in rain or fine, at all hours, without discommodity — Charles Lamb b : something that is inconvenient : disadvantage, trouble discommodities visited upon a stiff-necked disobedient people
2 : a substance or action having no utility —opposed to commodity
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Origin and Etymology of discommodity
1dis- + commodity
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