Definition of discommode:
douse, annoy, issue, stretch forth, perturb, devil, comfort, get to, anesthetize, ail, anaesthetise, incommode, gravel, rag, extend, distract, hold out, inconvenience oneself, trouble, anesthetise, chafe, nark, rile, put under, disorder, disoblige, bother, get at, inconvenience, trouble oneself, discomfort, disturb, nettle, stretch out, disquiet, publish, put out, bring out, vex, release, pain, irritate, anaesthetize, retire, upset, exsert, unhinge, cark, smother.
I shall treat " first Wednesdays" as a pleasant social diversion, my day at home, when the friends of the asylum gather for discussion and relaxation; and I shall endeavor not to let our pleasures discommode the orphans.- "Dear Enemy", Jean Webster.
- "The Marrow of Tradition", Charles W. Chesnutt.
- "Helmet of Navarre", Bertha Runkle.