verb (used with object), in·con·ven·ienced, in·con·ven·ienc·ing.
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Origin of inconvenience
OTHER WORDS FROM inconvenienceun·in·con·ven·ienced, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for inconvenience
"I hope he's not inconveniencing himself to do it," from Auntie.Selina|George Madden Martin
I don't mind forcing myself on a servant, but I do object to inconveniencing the master of the house.Abroad with the Jimmies|Lilian Bell
He would rather at any time suffer himself than run any risk of disappointing or inconveniencing another.Fifty years with the Revere Copper Co.|S. T. Snow
"I'm afraid I'm inconveniencing you, Seor," I said, observing that he did not proceed with his work.Long Live the King|Guy Boothby
He assured her she was not inconveniencing them in the least; on the contrary, they would be very glad of her society.Tales From Jkai|Mr Jkai