disturbing

All Adjective Verb
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  • He found the experience extremely disturbing and left at three in the morning.
  • They are moved to the middle of the table, without looking at them or disturbing their order.
  • This allows electronic music to be played all night without disturbing those who wish to sleep.
  • They succeeded at relatively low cost, but there was a disturbing development during the campaign.
  • This allowed the tracks to pass underneath nearby railway lines without disturbing them during construction.
  • Many who enter the church say they find it disturbing.
  • And this time too the intense pleasure he felt had a disturbing side.
  • Death and mortal remains are also prominent and disturbing parts of these works.
  • The physical examination scene has since often been edited out, as being somewhat disturbing.
  • Both women find some of his ideas disturbing but still thought-provoking.
  • She let her daughter go back with Celine to take care of what was disturbing her.
  • At that time when everyone has concerns about their studies and want to get complete their higher education without disturbing their job.
  • When will we begin to feel shame about disrupting and disturbing our country?
  • After a series of disturbing events, he comes to believe it is haunted.
  • However, the most disturbing thing of all about the household was the mystery wing.
  • He quickly learned the language, and every condition seemed favourable, but there was one disturbing feature.
  • Their parents found this disturbing and worried that their relationship might be sexual.
  • Over the years that pass, he begins doing research into his family tree, discovering some disturbing information along the way.
  • These results were disturbing to some financial economists and further debate and research then followed.
  • I was very likely disturbing my wife's sleep.
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Root form of disturbing is disturb for the verb.

Words starting with disturbing

Meaning of disturbing

  • verb Move deeply
    This book upset me, A troubling thought
  • verb Damage as if by shaking or jarring
    Don't disturb the patient's wounds by moving him too rapidly!