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inconveniencing

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of inconvenience.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I will never ever jaywalk if a car is coming because I don’t believe in inconveniencing people who truly have the right of way, just because I want to skip an extra minute by walking to the corner.

    Pedestrians and Cars: A Two-Way Street « Colleen Anderson

  • Unlawful combtants may be killed or maimed, their houses, cars, and families blown up - but they never, ever must suffer and "inconveniencing" in captivity, even with thousands of lives on the line?

    "I've heard him express regret at the contents of the memo."

  • The Bonspiel ban aside, many schools have been needlessly closed on flimsy grounds, such as inconveniencing working parents and businesses In the not so distant past, kids couldn't wait to get to school on days with snow and ice to play with their classmates.

    The Daily Record - Home

  • The Bonspiel ban aside, many schools have been needlessly closed on flimsy grounds, such as inconveniencing working parents and businesses In the not so distant past, kids couldn't wait to get to school on days with snow and ice to play with their classmates.

    The Daily Record - Home

  • The Bonspiel ban aside, many schools have been needlessly closed on flimsy grounds, such as inconveniencing working parents and businesses In the not so distant past, kids couldn't wait to get to school on days with snow and ice to play with their classmates.

    The Daily Record - Home

  • You have disrespected your employer who is also your client by "inconveniencing" us.

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  • You have disrespected your employer who is also your client by "inconveniencing" us.

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  • You have disrespected your employer who is also your client by "inconveniencing" us.

    CTV News RSS Feed

  • You have disrespected your employer who is also your client by "inconveniencing" us.

    CTV News RSS Feed

  • You have disrespected your employer who is also your client by "inconveniencing" us.

    CTV News RSS Feed

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