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Discommode   Listen
Discommode  v. t.  (past & past part. discommoded; pres. part. discommoding)  To put inconvenience; to incommode; to trouble. (R.)
Synonyms: To incommode; annoy; inconvenience.

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"Discommode" Quotes from Famous Books

... cherished a natural haughtiness of spirit, and resented control, although disposed to do all she could of her own notion. Being told to say when she wanted an afternoon, she explained that when she wanted an afternoon she always took it without asking, but always planned so as not to discommode the ladies with whom she lived. These, she said, had numbered twenty-seven within three years, which made us doubt the success of her system in all cases, though she merely held out the fact as an assurance of her faith in the ...
— Masterpieces Of American Wit And Humor • Thomas L. Masson (Editor)

Words linked to "Discommode" :   bear upon, impact, touch, trouble, bear on, straiten, bother, incommode, distress, touch on, disoblige, inconvenience, put out, affect

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