incommode

Part of speech: verb

To inconvenience; disturb.

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Usage examples "incommode":

  1. " I'll have to come here once or twice a day," he said, quite composedly, " to look after my things, and get something to eat; but I'll be away most of the time, and what with camping out under the trees every night I reckon my share won't incommode you." - "In the Carquinez Woods", Bret Harte.
  2. Not to incommode Emily. - "Countess Kate", Charlotte M. Yonge.
  3. " I am so sorry that my poor little fellow should incommode you," said Miss Palliser. - "Phineas Redux", Anthony Trollope.