1The action or fact of failing to accommodate something or causing something to become less well accommodated; especially the causing of inconvenience; the condition of being inconvenienced.
2As a count noun: an inconvenience; a trouble; an annoyance. rare after 17th century.
Early 17th century; earliest use found in Robert Naunton (1563–1635), politician. From dis- + accommodation, after disaccommodate.