Anxiety produces characters who gripe about being constrained and inconvenienced by the world.
And could he—yikes—actually be not just inconvenienced but actually ill?
Yes, some people have been inconvenienced by traffic delays or annoyed by supportive athletes.
I'll never forget those words, or the casual, inconvenienced way Laila sighed them.
He also apologized to anyone whom his protests might have inconvenienced.
The room was asphyxiating, but no one except Audrey seemed to be inconvenienced.
Nobody but I and Mr. Grindrod seemed to have been inconvenienced.
If the shield were shoved too far, a rare occurrence, the erection was inconvenienced.
She had just got home, she said, and hoped I hadn't been inconvenienced by the delay.
She realized how others might be inconvenienced and mortified by her carelessness.
c.1400, "harm, damage, danger," also "a harmful incident, misfortune, affliction," from Old French inconvenience "misfortune, calamity; impropriety" (Modern French inconvenance), from Late Latin inconvenientia "lack of consistency, incongruity," noun of quality from inconvenientem (see inconvenient). Later "impropriety, unfitness; an improper act or utterance" (early 15c.). Meaning "quality of being inconvenient" is from 1650s.
1650s, from inconvenience (n.). Related: Inconvenienced; inconveniencing.