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adverb as in inaccessibly


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Not having a toilet isn’t just inconvenient, it’s also really dangerous.

From Fortune

Already time-strapped and stretched to their limits, working parents minding kids at home simply cannot afford to put up with meandering check-ins, inconvenient call times, and back-to-back Zoom tête-à-têtes, they say.

From Quartz

Because vegetables and meat are heavy and inconvenient, they often get left behind.

While having to remain tethered to an outlet might be inconvenient, you’ll have enough power for even the longest days.

For most people, being in lockdown to halt the spread of coronavirus has been an effective, if inconvenient, way to protect their health.

From Quartz

Inconveniently, if Yingluck stepped down and called fresh elections tomorrow, she— and Pheu Thai—would win again.

Inconveniently for Romney, some of those former employees have told their stories to the American people.

With Osama bin Laden inconveniently dead, the party out of power needs someone to fulminate against.

This, inconveniently, makes it hard to campaign on Labour's record.

But even in the last section below it, the choice of a way should not be inconveniently restricted.

They were most inconveniently placed, nearly four feet apart; but we were able to climb them, and to look down the shaft.

Petitions were then frequently forwarded to Washington, with a request to have it remain divided, as it was inconveniently large.

And they were so inconveniently arranged that often eight or ten persons slept in a single room.

We were thus very inconveniently crowded until we arrived at Aden, where several of the passengers left us for Bombay.

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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inconveniently, such as: awkwardly, and inappropriately.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.