incommodious

[ in-kuh-moh-dee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF incommodious

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The temperature is high, and it would no doubt at first be incommodious.

The arrangements for these objects were at once clumsy and incommodious.

Constrained by circumstances to confine himself to an incommodious apartment, he ennobled it with specimens of his early studies.

The flat was a small and incommodious one, but it was in a quiet street and not very far from Hampstead Heath.

Though I can read very well your handwriting, you shall write no more, if it is incommodious to you.

Much talent and still more jollity were wasted in that incommodious gallery.

Washington at this time was forest, swamp, and morass, with only an occasional and incommodious house.

Although a small and incommodious house, it had long earned a special fame of its own.

It is, besides, incommodious for frequent study, and a very expensive and bulky way of making an herbarium.

Their heavy, incommodious cargoes strike right and left, breaking everything before them.

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