disconcert definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To disturb the self-possession of; ruffle. See Synonyms at embarrass.
    • To frustrate (programs, including) by throwing into disorder; disarrange.
    • To break within the unified progress of; to toss into condition or confusion.
    • To upset the self-possession of; ruffle. See Synonyms at embarrass.
    • To confuse the traits of; to interrupt the composure of; to discompose; to abash.
    • To irritate (programs, as an example) by throwing into condition; disarrange.
    • To upset the self-possession of; ruffle. See Synonyms at embarrass.
    • To frustrate (programs, including) by throwing into condition; disarrange.
    • to split up the good progress of; to throw into condition or confusion.
    • To confuse the faculties of; to disturb the composure of; to discompose; to abash.
    • to-break up the good progress of; to toss into disorder or confusion.
    • To confuse the characteristics of; to interrupt the composure of; to discompose; to abash.
  • verb:
    • To upset the composure of
    • to create into confusion
    • To frustrate, make go wrong
    • To upset the composure of
    • cause to reduce one's composure
    • cause to feel shame
    • To disturb the composure of
    • to carry into confusion
    • to carry into confusion
    • To frustrate, make make a mistake
    • To frustrate, make fail
    • cause to get rid of an individual's composure
    • cause to feel shame
    • cause to lose an individual's composure
    • cause to feel embarrassment
  • noun:
    • Want of show; disagreement.
    • Disunion; disagreement; disconcertment.
    • desire of concert; disagreement.
    • Want of show; disagreement.
    • Disunion; disagreement; disconcertment.
    • Disunion; disagreement; disconcertment.
  • others:
    • To toss into disorder or confusion; may be found in the way in which of; disarrange; obstruct.
    • To unsettle your head of; discompose; disturb the self-possession of; mistake.
    • Synonyms To ruffle. See number under discompose.
    • To throw into disorder or confusion; can be found in the way in which of; disarrange; obstruct.
    • To unsettle the mind of; discompose; disturb the self-possession of; confuse.
    • To throw into disorder or confusion; come in the way of; disarrange; obstruct.
    • Synonyms To ruffle. See list under discompose.
    • To unsettle your head of; discompose; disturb the self-possession of; confuse.
    • Synonyms To ruffle. See record under discompose.

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