To put to inconvenience; trouble.(verb-transitive)
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Use "discommode" in a sentence
"After the rivals see what the court has done, the Republicans and Democrats scurry to make a deal to create or abolish districts so as to protect their favorites and discommode their known enemies, rivals or potential adversaries."
"Republicans are adamantly opposed to any taxes that discommode the wealthy."
"He had no great liking for the man, and so had left the Temple until last so as to discommode Augier, but that was scant consolation when he was himself nodding in his carriage."