verb (used with object), in·con·ven·ienced, in·con·ven·ienc·ing.
Origin of inconvenience
Related formsun·in·con·ven·ienced, adjective
Examples from the Web for inconvenienced
Yes, some people have been inconvenienced by traffic delays or annoyed by supportive athletes.
And could he—yikes—actually be not just inconvenienced but actually ill?Everything You Wanted To Know About Bob Costas’s Olympic Pinkeye|Kent Sepkowitz|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Anxiety produces characters who gripe about being constrained and inconvenienced by the world.Smoked Fish Surrealism: Ben Katchor’s Comics of NYC Neurotics|Jacob Siegel|March 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I'll never forget those words, or the casual, inconvenienced way Laila sighed them.The Extinction Parade: An Original Zombie Story by Max Brooks|Max Brooks|January 14, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He also apologized to anyone whom his protests might have inconvenienced.
No doubt the gangs were inconvenienced and exasperated by this measure.The Pacification of Burma|Sir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite
She realized how others might be inconvenienced and mortified by her carelessness.Elizabeth Hobart at Exeter Hall|Jean K. Baird
To be sure, he might have changed with Patty when Sally got out, but Mrs. Ladue would not have him inconvenienced to that extent.Concerning Sally|William John Hopkins
They jump about between 220 and 150, and everybody is inconvenienced except the bankers and money changers.The Salvaging Of Civilisation|H. G. (Herbert George) Wells
Personally I am very glad to think you can be inconvenienced.The Rider of Waroona|Firth Scott