From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinconvenientin‧con‧ve‧ni‧ent /ˌɪnkənˈviːniənt◂/ ●○○ adjective PROBLEMcausing problems, often in a way that is annoying OPP convenient Monday’s a bit inconvenient for me. How about Wednesday? Am I calling at an inconvenient time? —inconveniently adverb
Examples from the Corpusinconvenient• Computer breakdowns are annoying and inconvenient.• Any other arrangement would be heavier, more expensive and inconvenient.• The old patterns are allowed to persist but are made progressively more inconvenient.• Not having a visa can cause inconvenient and expensive delays.• While the regime for patients undergoing sclerotherapy is more inconvenient, it is undoubtedly less traumatic.• Your grandparents left for Terminus a few months back in my time and since then I have suffered a rather inconvenient paralysis.• An important moment had arrived and he could feel the inconvenient squeeze of moral choice.• It must, he recognized, have been infuriating and inconvenient to work in.