inconvenient

[ in-kuhn-veen-yuhnt ]
/ ˌɪn kənˈvin yənt /

adjective

not easily accessible or at hand: The phone is in an inconvenient place.
inopportune; untimely: an inconvenient time for a visit.
not suiting one's needs or purposes: The house has an inconvenient floor plan.

Origin of inconvenient

1325–75; Middle English < Latin inconvenient- (stem of inconveniēns) not suiting. See in-3, convenient
Related formsin·con·ven·ient·ly, adverb
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inconvenient

/ (ˌɪnkənˈviːnjənt, -ˈviːnɪənt) /

adjective

not convenient; troublesome, awkward, or difficult
Derived Formsinconveniently, adverb
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