inconveniently


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Related to inconveniently: sneakingly, undeterred
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in an inconvenient manner

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Nicholas distended his stomach with a bowl of porridge, for much the same reason which induces some savages to swallow earth--lest they should be inconveniently hungry when there is nothing to eat.
If this were the case, the process of laying and hatching might be inconveniently long, more especially as she has to migrate at a very early period; and the first hatched young would probably have to be fed by the male alone.
It seemed to me, too, that the house was inconveniently chosen, and required a needless length of tunnel.
What provoking burr has been inconveniently attracted to the charming skirts, and with difficulty shaken off?'
Inconveniently placed cars were in the way of Surrey County Council (SCC) workers at the time of painting, meaning the lines could not be finished and enforced.
It refers to the electricity blackout engulfing the cities of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa for14 hours where the power outage had inconveniently affected all citizens.
The power outage has inconveniently affected citizens.
There are more watts in the wires but the wires are old and trip most inconveniently. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a potential game changer but thus far few games have actually been changed.
Unfortunately - and somewhat inconveniently - Spiros's estranged wife came back with the kids just as it looked like it was going to be unlimited free rides for Mrs D and her friendly island taxi driver, played by Alexis Georgoulis.
According to a survey, all buses travelling on the track are overfilled with passengers while the womenfolk travel inconveniently throughout the route.
And Bryan Adams would be back at the same venue two years later, rather inconveniently on the same night as the 1994 World Cup final!
The slim volume is separated into two sections: "Visionaries" and "Wanderers." In "The Adventures of a Fake Immigrant," Baker describes how she and her husband lived in a single room while they rented out their house, emphasizing how it was their choice to live simply, even inconveniently, in order to achieve financial freedom sooner.
It's hard to put your side of the story across when your head's in a basket, on a spike or otherwise inconveniently remote from your body.
Inconveniently, takeoff and landing put us closest to the ground, where an inadvertent stall leaves little recovery room.
Using 50-euro bills, the same million would weigh 22 kilograms, or 48 pounds, and would require an inconveniently bulky suitcase.