inconvenience (n.) Old form(s): inconuenience, inconueniences
harm, troublesome disadvantage
1H6 I.iv.14[Master Gunner to Boy, of the overlooking English position] To intercept this inconvenience, / A piece of ordnance 'gainst it I have placed
H5 V.ii.66[Burgundy to King Henry and the French King, of the troubles affecting France] I may know the let why gentle peace / Should not expel these inconveniences
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