discommode

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to cause inconvenience for

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State institutions, while mostly noncorrupt, were prone to inaction, especially when active regulation might have discommoded powerful interests.
Neither, of course, are terrorists likely to be discommoded by restrictions on visas; most of those affected will be innocent travellers.
The town waits (who were somewhat discommoded by the formation of the university waits) are well documented.
Nor has it discommoded the ambitious Roger Lewis (Phil Chairman) who is also a past chairman of the Association of British Orchestras.
My mother-in-law, slightly discommoded but enjoying the adventure of it all, likes getting to see a fresh selection of her children.
Category (b) lads are category (a) types with a tendency to take additional umbrage when team-mates are discommoded by the uncouth.
I have to say my sympathies lie with the ticket holders who have been seriously discommoded and in some cases are significantly out of pocket, and for those residents who have been abused for standing up for their rights.