disconcert disconcert  /ˌdɪs kən ˈsɜrt/


  1. (v) cause to feel embarrassment
  2. (v) cause to lose one's composure

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  1. The halting replies did not disconcert her.
  2. Aquino's shifting position seemed to disconcert Laurel, whose United Nationalist Democratic Organization holds 37 of the 59 opposition seats in the National Assembly.
  3. Bill Paley's explosive energy and his dislike for procedure often disconcert his staff.
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