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This week's theme: red-herring words.
incommode (in-kuh-MOD) verb tr.
[From Latin incommodus (inconvenient), ultimately from the Indo-European root med- (to take appropriate measures) that is also the source of medicine, modern, modify, modest, and modulate.]
"CCTV cameras are regrettable exigencies in unstable times. The only
innocent people they incommode are the poor devils who have to sift
through the footage."
Anyone can do any amount of work, provided it isn't the work he is supposed to be doing at that moment. -Robert Benchley