discommodity

[dis-kuh-mod-i-tee]

noun, plural dis·com·mod·i·ties. Archaic.

inconvenience; disadvantageousness.
a source of inconvenience or trouble; disadvantage.

Origin of discommodity

First recorded in 1505–15; dis-1 + commodity
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Examples from the Web for discommodity

Historical Examples of discommodity

  • The commodities of free extemporate prayers, and the discommodity of prescribed or set forms, are these following.

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    Baxter Richard

  • To preuent which discommodity, one of the best remedies is the sufficient and fit distance of trees.


British Dictionary definitions for discommodity

discommodity

noun plural -ties

economics a commodity without utility
archaic the state or a source of inconvenience
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