incommodious

Inconvenient vs Incommodious - What's the difference?

inconvenient | incommodious |


As adjectives the difference between inconvenient and incommodious

is that inconvenient is not convenient while incommodious is (of a place occupied by people) uncomfortable or inhospitable, especially due to being cramped.

As a noun inconvenient

is (obsolete) an inconsistency, an incongruity.

Cramped vs Incommodious - What's the difference?

cramped | incommodious |


As adjectives the difference between cramped and incommodious

is that cramped is uncomfortably restricted in size, or financially while incommodious is (of a place occupied by people) uncomfortable or inhospitable, especially due to being cramped.

As a verb cramped

is (cramp).

Inhospitable vs Incommodious - What's the difference?

inhospitable | incommodious |


As adjectives the difference between inhospitable and incommodious

is that inhospitable is (of a person) not inclined to hospitality; unfriendly, while incommodious is (of a place occupied by people) uncomfortable or inhospitable, especially due to being cramped.

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