[ UK /dˌɪskənsˈɜːtɪd/ ]
  1. having self-possession upset; thrown into confusion
    the hecklers pelted the discombobulated speaker with anything that came to hand
    looked at each other dumbly, quite disconcerted
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How To Use disconcerted In A Sentence

  • Except the one night before my marriage, I'd never stayed in a hotel, and I was disconcerted when Pete leapt out of bed at 7am to get to his ship by eight.
  • Heather was horribly disconcerted, fretting to no end.
  • He is looking at me with a slight frown, disconcerted by something about me, ready to be embarrassed.
  • Callisto was at the same time flattered and perplexed; still more disconcerted when the pseudo-Diana interrupted her girlish chatter with unmaidenly kisses and embraces.
  • The men looked almost as disconcerted as me; at my side, Merida yawned toothily and began to clean her fur.
  • These former slaves, the freed Black men of the Canadian militias, disconcerted and discomfitted The American troops. Larisa Alexandrovna: The Far-Right's Patriotism Problem
  • The writer claims to have been initially "disconcerted" by LB's remarks but now applauds them. More about Laura talking dirty.
  • Their fixed stare disconcerted me; I rose, and, leaning on my husband's arm, again mingled in the brilliant circle. Memoirs of Mary Robinson
  • I've been disconcerted at my inability to come to a conclusion of my own on any of this - a minor sorrow right now, I know.
  • The offender was not disconcerted in the least.
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