The Closing Word: Incommodious


Image of Closing Word IconThis week we continue our vocabulary-building series, “The Closing Word.” Each week we provide a new word to help build your vocabulary and show you how to specifically implement it in business. A well-spoken, intelligent agent inspires confidence with clients and colleagues alike.

This week’s closing word:¬†incommodious

Pronounced: (in-kuh-MOH-dee-uhs)

Adjective:

1. Causing inconvenience or discomfort.

Synonyms:

inconvenient, uncomfortable, unhandy, comfortless

Example:

“The grand Edwardian house had been chopped up into makeshift apartments. Consider theincommodious¬†location of the ground-floor studio’s toilet: You had to access it through the bedroom walk-in closet!”

(That’s what they call an incommodious commode!)

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