To cause to be inconvenienced; disturb.(verb-transitive)
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Use "incommode" in a sentence
"Speculation centers on the Second Congressional District, which could incommode our personal traffic."
"Of course, this does not incommode me as much as losing sight or hearing would; but it is no very pleasant thing for all that, and I'm curious as to why it has so low a profile in the world as a whole as to be, effectively, nameless why should anosmia be anomic?"
"With the fall of night had come a mist just damp enough to incommode, but not sufficient to saturate them."