Inconvenience meaning

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The definition of inconvenience is the state of something causing trouble or bother.

An example of inconvenience is having to park very far away from an event, meaning you walk five blocks to get there.

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To cause inconvenience to; trouble.

The snow inconvenienced the holiday travelers.

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The state or quality of being inconvenient.
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The quality or state of being inconvenient; lack of comfort, ease, etc.; bother; trouble.
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To cause inconvenience to; cause trouble or bother to; incommode.
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The quality of being inconvenient.
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Something that is not convenient, something that bothers.
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Something inconvenient.
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Anything inconvenient.
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Origin of inconvenience

  • From Old French inconvenience (“misfortune, calamity, impropriety”) (compare French inconvenance (“impropriety”) and inconvénient (“inconvenience”)), from Late Latin inconvenientia (“inconsistency, incongruity”).

    From Wiktionary