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disconcert (verb), disconcerts; disconcerted; disconcerting
1. To make someone feel upset or embarrassed: News about Marie's car accident as she was driving to work was disconcerting her employer very much.
2. Making a person feel ill at ease and slightly confused: The news that his scheduled flight had been canceled again disconcerted the salesman who had arranged an important meeting with a company executive.
3. To disturb or to make other people feel uncomfortable: The financial situation around the world has disconcerted many nations.
To upset or to disturb.
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To confuse and to disturb.
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To upset and to throw into confusion.
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This entry is located in the following units: cern-, cert-, cer-; cret-, creet-, cre- (page 2) dis-, di-, dif- (page 10)
Word Entries at Get Words: “disconcerts
To disturb or to upset someone or people. (3)