De Soto politely declined this offer, as he was unwilling thus to incommode his kind entertainer.
Ah, you think to incommode me, because you met me in my dress as a workman?
"I am so sorry that my poor little fellow should incommode you," said Miss Palliser.
I am sorry to incommode your Highness, but may I ask you to alight for a moment?
I would like to oblige both if it would not injure the service in your army, or incommode you.
It is the only time I have allowed my countenance to incommode you.
The smoke found vent above, as the fire burnt clear and bright, and did not incommode the watchers.
It was a Wednesday, and there was no holiday crowd to incommode them.
In December and January, green-headed flies were apt to take hold of me once in a while, but not so as to incommode me.
To disfurnish or disconfit means to incommode: “I hope it has not disconfit you very bad.”