Definition Of disconcert

verb

disturb the composure of; unsettle.

the abrupt change of subject disconcerted her

Example Of disconcert

  • Aren't you worried some of your early fans might get disconcerted by this?

  • Brian approached, and to Aaron's disconcertion , his servant's face was gray with the pallor of death.

  • Certainly during this time of war, everything was displaced and there was disconcertion everywhere.

  • Compulsive early music fanatics might be disconcerted by the variety of composition and performance styles.

  • Do not be disconcerted if your insurer appoints a loss adjuster.


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