discommodity


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discommodity

(ˌdɪskəˈmɒdɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. (Economics) economics a commodity without utility
2. archaic the state or a source of inconvenience
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Alfred Marshall, the great consolidator, incorporated this insight in the Principles offering more relevant reasons for the discommodity of labour, (14) impressing readers with the vivid blackberry-picking boy example (1890/1920: V.
Using then the mode of mesh from framework of the software CATIA, he succeeded in mended this still more selected his discommodity can utilize this complex form farther in process.
An assessment of the discommodity effects of swine production on rural property values: A spatial analysis.