Inconvenient [adjective]

Definition of Inconvenient:

bothersome, troublesome

Opposite/Antonyms of Inconvenient:

Sentence/Example of Inconvenient:

Crowds are inconvenient but not the raging inconvenience everyone craves at the Super Bowl.

When confronted with something inconvenient or troublesome in their midst — particularly such conspiracy theories — the stock response is increasingly to shrug it off or claim ignorance, no matter how implausibly.

If they happen to find something that doesn’t work or is inconvenient, it is not a bad thing.

Unfortunately, our species has a disturbing tendency to “surrender” animals to shelters when it is inconvenient to keep them.

Not only is this inconvenient for users, but maintaining dozens of separate websites is an administrative headache.

Online, many other leaders in the field of AI ethics are arguing that the company pushed her out because of the inconvenient truths that she was uncovering about a core line of its research—and perhaps its bottom line.

Critical speed can’t be measured directly without all-out exercise to exhaustion, which is inconvenient and sometimes impossible.

The fact is, that it is somewhat inconvenient to carry books in such regions, and I did not think of bringing a Bible.

Aunt Ri was a privileged character, but her logical method of questioning was inconvenient.

When it is inconvenient to stain before the smears have dried, capsules can be shown by the method of Hiss.