Word of the Day: Inconvenient

in-con-ve-nient / inkən’vēnyənt   adjective  
  1. inappropriate; untimely
Poverty is not a disgrace, but it’s terribly inconvenient. Milton Berle, 1908-2002  
  1. not suitable for one’s purpose
The novelist has a responsibility to adhere to the facts as closely as possible, and if they are inconvenient, that’s where the art comes in. Hilary Mantel, 1952-