Noun(1) an inconvenient discomfort(2) a difficulty that causes anxiety(3) the quality of not being useful or convenient
Verb(1) to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
(1) noise and fumes from traffic would inconvenience residents(2) Hess said his fingers go white in cold temperatures, and he will continue to suffer pain and inconvenience as a result.(3) This is bound to cause inconvenience to users but is surely worthwhile given the long-term benefits of the project.(4) I am doubly grateful, therefore, that he is here, in spite of considerable personal inconvenience .(5) Apart from causing public nuisance and inconvenience to the commuters this also leads to road accidents.(6) The old wires and shortage of posts often cause inconvenience to people and also cause damage to the transformer.(7) Most authors on the subject state that people with colour blindness will adapt without any serious inconvenience or problems.(8) The parents of these children neither know, nor care where they are, so long as they are not causing them any inconvenience , or harassing people in their own locality.(9) However, while inconvenience for many people had been substantial, it was a near miracle that no serious damage to property had occurred.(10) Besides the badly scarred skin, the failure can damage patients' urethra and rectum, which causes inconvenience and severe pain.(11) Every year over a million elderly people suffer the pain and inconvenience of broken bones.(12) Not only did it cause inconvenience for people but the council must have lost a lot of revenue with lost parking tickets.(13) It is not clear if patients regard such inconvenience and disturbance as worth while to obtain accurate readings or what patients feel about the alternatives.(14) It is rather the other way about: the injury to the amenity of the land consists in the fact that the persons on it are liable to suffer inconvenience , annoyance or illness.(15) With nuisances that cause personal discomfort and inconvenience , such as noise or smell, it will be more difficult to apply general principles.(16) The 48-hour strikes would mean huge personal inconvenience .
(1) inconvenience :: anghyfleustra
1. trouble ::
2. nuisance ::
5. trouble ::
Different Formsinconvenience, inconvenienced, inconveniences, inconveniencing
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