Definition of discommodate in US English:

discommodate

verb

rare, archaic
  • with object To inconvenience; to disturb, trouble; = "discommode".

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Thomas Palmer (?1541–1626), author. From dis- + commodate, after French † discommoder.

Pronunciation

discommodate

/dɪˈskɒmədeɪt/