Definition of discommodity in US English:

discommodity

noun

formal
  • See discommode

    • ‘Whyever a man would choose to put his life at risk and venture out into the perilous discommodity of a frozen wilderness as an occupation is beyond my understanding.’
    • ‘We are more troubled with sickness, than comforted with health and so by the discommodity of sickness, we come to understand the commodity of health.’
    • ‘Given the impact of one's decisions on a wider group of people, oughtn't government intervene to prevent that wider discommodity?’
    • ‘Those teeth, which are atypical are more difficult to clean, they are under greater strain therefore they can be loosened and lost sooner, while possibly causing aesthetic discommodity.’
    • ‘But whatever be the form of the discommodity, its intensity nearly always increases with the severity and the duration of labour.’

Pronunciation

discommodity

/-ˈmäditē/