To cause inconvenience to; trouble: The snow inconvenienced the holiday travelers. (verb-transitive)
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Use "inconvenience" in a sentence
"Nevertheless, she thanked me for my generosity in countenancing her most unwise action; trusted that the reversal of her reply would cause me no inconvenience; _inconvenience_, Vladimir, do you hear!"
"The main inconvenience is that when a sudden downpour comes, all taxis are immediately taken (just like in New York City) -- so be prepared for unexpected coffee breaks or cocktails when you duck into a restaurant to stay dry. leeleebean"
"Just so you know where I get the term inconvenience, folks:"