The palais is one of the worst kept possible—the most incommodious, and the most dirty; the maison de ville is still worse.
The temperature is high, and it would no doubt at first be incommodious.
It was an incommodious room, with a brick floor, on the third story.
The arrangements for these objects were at once clumsy and incommodious.
Although a small and incommodious house, it had long earned a special fame of its own.
Constrained by circumstances to confine himself to an incommodious apartment, he ennobled it with specimens of his early studies.
It is disgraceful to science, to have mean and incommodious school-houses, in the midst of commodious or splendid dwelling-houses.
The flat was a small and incommodious one, but it was in a quiet street and not very far from Hampstead Heath.
He found that Miss Blow had moved from the office, which was small and incommodious, and had settled herself in the mens day room.
Though I can read very well your handwriting, you shall write no more, if it is incommodious to you.