The Duke of Mayenne was incommoded by his great bodily bulk, which could not support the burden either of arms or of fatigue duty.
It would have incommoded your flight, and its only cartridge was used.
Officers, soldiers, followers, and volunteers were so overburdened with booty as to be incommoded thereby.
"When people forget I'm a poor creature I'm often incommoded," he said.
Is this culinary procedure undertaken in respect of the larv, which might be incommoded by the fur?
The next should be to keep them clear from weeds, that they may not be incommoded in their growth.
The little bulldog, incommoded by the passers-by, now took the opportunity of beating with her tail against the old butler's legs.
By the way, I hope you're not incommoded in any way by my—er—odor!
The weight that incommoded my brows and my stomach was suddenly increased.
He did not like to see so many strangers, and be so incommoded.