Example sentences for: inconvenient

How can you use “inconvenient” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • This is the dilemma facing former education secretary and drug czar William Bennett, who this morning held a press conference in Washington to unveil the second edition of his book The Index of Leading Cultural Indicators . Bennett is battling the inconvenient onslaught of good news with three strategems-- retreat , partisanship , and dishonesty .

  • --except to fall into bed, which is sometimes inconvenient or excessive.

  • The WP , historically very skittish in its treatment of race, doesn't complicate the story with the inconvenient but true observation that since most whites know better than to use the N-word epithet, and since it has become a common phrase of salutation and even endearment among blacks, a high proportion of its current usage is in fact as a synonym for "black person."

  • But the inconvenient fact remains: Americans have far more in common with one another than with our diasporan brethren around the globe.

  • In taking this position, Buckley ought to have noted the inconvenient fact that historically, running a Christian college (which to Yale really meant a Protestant college) meant excluding, to some extent, Catholics and Jews--and that, a mere two or three years before publishing this book, he himself had encountered some evidence that systematic exclusion might still going on.


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