disconcert

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  • John was rather disconcerted over this when she told him about it. Cited from Mary Wollaston, by Henry Kitchell Webster
  • This disconcerted the young man so much that he could neither speak nor eat. Cited from Joyous Gard, by Arthur Christopher Benson
  • He will be here in a few minutes, and you will be more disconcerted. Cited from Theft, by Jack London
  • He does not seem disconcerted at the sight of so great a number of people. Cited from The Transgressors, by Francis A. Adams
  • Only don't look at me too closely, or you will disconcert me. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 13, No. 75, January, 1864, by Various
  • Now all this kind of thing was a little disconcerting to remember now. Cited from None Other Gods, by Robert Hugh Benson
  • He had no doubt of her feeling for him, but her reserve disconcerted him. Cited from Jean-Christophe Journey's End, by Romain Rolland
  • This, however, did not disconcert him, it was no more than he expected. Cited from Vera Nevill, by Mrs. H. Lovett Cameron
  • If they told me that the Queen was coming it would hardly disconcert me more. Cited from The Belton Estate, Anthony Trollope
  • He was not a man easily disconcerted; then why so to-night? Cited from The Sport of the Gods, by Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • Once, you know, you dropped me; but nothing seemed to disconcert that young man. Cited from The Gold Trail, by Harold Bindloss
  • He had never seen a human eye that threw at an enemy a look quite so disconcerting. Cited from The Man in Gray, by Thomas Dixon
  • Soon after his arrival in the bay fortune disconcerted all his plans. Cited from Life And Times Of Washington, V2, by Schroeder, &c
  • But we could not find anything to account for the disconcerting sound. Cited from Tales of Destiny, by Edmund Mitchell
  • Rather disconcerted at not being offered a seat, he expressed a desire to leave.
  • What she heard was evidently something new, but it did not disconcert her. Cited from The Bastonnais, by John Lesperance
  • Upon another occasion light was thrown on dark places in a rather disconcerting fashion. Cited from The Transvaal from Within, by J. P. Fitzpatrick
  • Don't we remember how, even before he could open his lips, he was completely disconcerted? Cited from Charles Dickens as a Reader, by Charles Kent
  • This was a new way of looking at the question, and rather disconcerted me. Cited from In the Wrong Paradise, by Andrew Lang
  • This did not seem to disconcert him in the least, as he went right on. Cited from The Wonder Island Boys: Exploring the Island, by Roger Thompson Finlay
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