Discommodity
Discommodity Dis`com*mod"i*ty, n. Disadvantage; inconvenience. --Bacon. [1913 Webster]

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  • discommodity — /dis keuh mod i tee/, n., pl. discommodities. Archaic. 1. inconvenience; disadvantageousness. 2. a source of inconvenience or trouble; disadvantage. [1505 15; DIS 1 + COMMODITY] * * * …   Universalium

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  • discommodity — dis·commodity …   English syllables

  • discommodity — /dɪskəˈmɒdəti/ (say diskuh moduhtee) noun (plural discommodities) Obsolete 1. inconvenience; disadvantageousness. 2. a source of inconvenience or trouble; disadvantage …   Australian English dictionary

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  • disadvantage — I noun adverse circumstance, adversity, block, blockade, blockage, burden, check, curb, damage, defect, deficiency, detainment, determent, deterrence, deterrent, detriment, difficulty, disability, disablement, discommodity, discouragement,… …   Law dictionary

  • handicap — han·di·cap n: a physical disability (as a bodily impairment or a devastating disease) Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. handicap I …   Law dictionary

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