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- v. Past participle of disconcert
- adj. Ruffled, upset and embarrassed
- adj. Self-consciously distressed
- adj. Frustrated and disarranged
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- adj. having self-possession upset; thrown into confusion
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Odo smiled without teeth, knowing that the expression disconcerted the Farruna.
This again disconcerted me; and the spirits I had determined to exert, again failed me.
Anyway, something about the call disconcerted me, and it took me a while to realize what it was ...
Galligan said last week he was "disconcerted" by Lieberman's statement at a Thursday news conference that effectively declared Hasan guilty of the shootings.
Mediaset, however, said it is "disconcerted" by the commission's decision and will appeal at the European Court of Justice.
Any husband who would be "disconcerted" by having a wife capable of finding interesting and original things to say to people would be way too insecure and twat-like to pull such a social competent in the first place.
The writer claims to have been initially "disconcerted" by LB's remarks but now applauds them.
There's no cause to be "disconcerted" by this, and neither is there any reason to obscure the real uncertainties and open questions that scientists are working on.
He said he was "disconcerted" by the decision not to close Valley Road on match days, as this had been put forward previously.
Speaking today of the gathering's en masse visit to the Hill the day before, AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Richard Trumka said the alliance between labor and environmentalists doubtless "disconcerted" some of the lawmakers the group enountered.