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dis·com·mode

 (dĭs′kə-mōd′)
tr.v. dis·com·mod·ed, dis·com·mod·ing, dis·com·modes
To put to inconvenience; trouble.

[dis- + commode, to suit (from Latin commodāre, from commodus, convenient; see commodious).]

discommode

(ˌdɪskəˈməʊd)
vb
(tr) to cause inconvenience or annoyance to; disturb
ˌdiscomˈmodious adj
ˌdiscomˈmodiously adv

dis•com•mode

(ˌdɪs kəˈmoʊd)

v.t. -mod•ed, -mod•ing.
to cause inconvenience to; bother.
[1715–25; < French discommoder=dis- dis-1 + -commoder, v. derivative of commode convenient; see commode]

discommode


Past participle: discommoded
Gerund: discommoding

Imperative
discommode
discommode
Present
I discommode
you discommode
he/she/it discommodes
we discommode
you discommode
they discommode
Preterite
I discommoded
you discommoded
he/she/it discommoded
we discommoded
you discommoded
they discommoded
Present Continuous
I am discommoding
you are discommoding
he/she/it is discommoding
we are discommoding
you are discommoding
they are discommoding
Present Perfect
I have discommoded
you have discommoded
he/she/it has discommoded
we have discommoded
you have discommoded
they have discommoded
Past Continuous
I was discommoding
you were discommoding
he/she/it was discommoding
we were discommoding
you were discommoding
they were discommoding
Past Perfect
I had discommoded
you had discommoded
he/she/it had discommoded
we had discommoded
you had discommoded
they had discommoded
Future
I will discommode
you will discommode
he/she/it will discommode
we will discommode
you will discommode
they will discommode
Future Perfect
I will have discommoded
you will have discommoded
he/she/it will have discommoded
we will have discommoded
you will have discommoded
they will have discommoded
Future Continuous
I will be discommoding
you will be discommoding
he/she/it will be discommoding
we will be discommoding
you will be discommoding
they will be discommoding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been discommoding
you have been discommoding
he/she/it has been discommoding
we have been discommoding
you have been discommoding
they have been discommoding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been discommoding
you will have been discommoding
he/she/it will have been discommoding
we will have been discommoding
you will have been discommoding
they will have been discommoding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been discommoding
you had been discommoding
he/she/it had been discommoding
we had been discommoding
you had been discommoding
they had been discommoding
Conditional
I would discommode
you would discommode
he/she/it would discommode
we would discommode
you would discommode
they would discommode
Past Conditional
I would have discommoded
you would have discommoded
he/she/it would have discommoded
we would have discommoded
you would have discommoded
they would have discommoded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.discommode - to cause inconvenience or discomfort todiscommode - to cause inconvenience or discomfort to; "Sorry to trouble you, but..."
affect, bear upon, impact, bear on, touch on, touch - have an effect upon; "Will the new rules affect me?"
distress, straiten - bring into difficulties or distress, especially financial hardship

discommode

verb
To cause inconvenience for:
Translations
References in classic literature ?
If some one asked Monsieur de Valois to do him a little service which might have discommoded him, that some one did not part from the worthy chevalier without being truly enchanted with him, and quite convinced that he either could not do the service demanded, or that he should injure the affair if he meddled in it.
He was one of a number of passengers as Mayo set the agenda and had some joy from attacking Stephen Cluxton's kickouts, with Dublin discommoded by the loss early on of Jack McCaffrey through injury.
The placing of the table so discommoded the rebarbative jobs-worth whose function is to empty the box that he has struck back with a degree of fascist dedication entirely appropriate to the 75th anniversary of the Nazi invasion of Poland.
There is no evidence that the German war machine has even been discommoded.
State institutions, while mostly noncorrupt, were prone to inaction, especially when active regulation might have discommoded powerful interests.
Neither, of course, are terrorists likely to be discommoded by restrictions on visas; most of those affected will be innocent travellers.
Since his election, he has discommoded the US further by appearing in public and smiling concert with Cuba's Fidel Castro and Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, and has been talking cautiously about lifting the oppressive US-imposed regulations on coca leaf growing.
The town waits (who were somewhat discommoded by the formation of the university waits) are well documented.
Nor has it discommoded the ambitious Roger Lewis (Phil Chairman) who is also a past chairman of the Association of British Orchestras.