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  • v  cause to lose one's composure

  • So far, Lieberman is using his clout mostly in ways that discomfit his fellow Democrats, while his relationship with Republicans has involved more collaboration than coercion.
  • At and after the first national political convention to be held in the South since the Civil War, Southerners would not (the Smith men thought) discomfit their guests nor .
  • Yes, if Fred Thompson jumps into the race for president, the decision would discomfit me.

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