discommode[ dis-kuh-mohd ]SEE DEFINITION OF discommode
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOMMODE
An air of breathlessness about Rachel seemed to discommode her friends.
"Yet not so far aside as to discommode any one," responded Mason.
To ask for a guarantor for a reputable resident is simply to discommode two people instead of one.
The boys shouted to their animals, who flew across the plain as though the snow did not discommode them in the least.
For this end it was necessary to discommode myself of my cloak, and of the volume which I carried in the pocket of my cloak.
I objected, for I did not wish to discommode him in the least and told him a good bed could be fixed in the mess wagon.