discomfort definition

  • noun:
    • Mental or actual distress.
    • a thing that disturbs a person's convenience; an annoyance.
    • Mental or actual stress.
    • something which disturbs one’s convenience; an annoyance.
    • Mental or physical stress.
    • Something that disturbs an individual's convenience; an annoyance.
    • Mental or actual stress.
    • Something that disturbs one’s convenience; an annoyance.
    • Discouragement.
    • Want of convenience; uneasiness, psychological or physical; disturbance of serenity; inquietude; pain; stress; sorrow.
    • lack of convenience or satisfaction; uneasiness; disruption of peace; discomfort; grief; sadness; disquietude.
    • an unpleasant sense of psychological painfulness or stress
    • their state to be anxious and feeling pain
    • Discouragement.
    • Want of comfort; uneasiness, psychological or actual; disturbance of serenity; inquietude; pain; distress; sadness.
    • lack of convenience or satisfaction; uneasiness; disruption of comfort; discomfort; grief; sadness; disquietude.
    • an unpleasant sense of emotional painfulness or stress
    • hawaii of being tight and feeling pain
    • Mental or actual distress.
    • a thing that disturbs a person's convenience; an annoyance.
    • Mental or actual stress.
    • a thing that disturbs one’s convenience; an annoyance.
    • Discouragement.
    • Want of convenience; uneasiness, mental or actual; disruption of serenity; inquietude; discomfort; stress; sorrow.
    • Absence of convenience or enjoyment; uneasiness; disruption of serenity; pain; grief; sorrow; disquietude.
    • an uncomfortable sense of emotional painfulness or distress
    • the state to be anxious and sensation pain
  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce uncomfortable; stress. See Usage Note at discomfit.
    • To make uncomfortable; distress. See Usage Note at discomfit.
    • To discourage; to deject.
    • To destroy or interrupt the coziness of; to rob of quiet enjoyment; in order to make uneasy; to discomfort.
    • To discourage; to deject.
    • To destroy or interrupt the comfort of; to deprive of quiet pleasure; to produce uneasy; to pain.
    • to produce uncomfortable; stress. See Usage Note at discomfit.
    • To discourage; to deject.
    • To destroy or disturb the comfort of; to deprive of quiet satisfaction; to produce uneasy; to discomfort.
  • verb:
    • resulting in annoyance or distress.
    • To cause irritation or distress.
    • To cause annoyance or stress.
  • others:
    • To disturb the comfort or glee of; make uncomfortable or uneasy; pain; grieve; sadden; deject.
    • To disturb the coziness or glee of; make uncomfortable or uneasy; discomfort; grieve; sadden; deject.
    • To interrupt the coziness or pleasure of; make uncomfortable or uneasy; pain; grieve; sadden; deject.

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