discomposed : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v cause to lose one's composure
- a having your composure disturbed
looked about with a wandering and discomposed air
- My wife coming in at that moment and finding me with a discomposed face, exclaimed: "Some new misfortune? Courage!""No, no, quite the.
- Nor was the Chronicle's Newhall at all discomposed by the Last Man's inglorious retreat.
- At his execution he shocked the attendant parson by being "inflamed with Drink, which had discomposed his mind, that it was in a very ill frame.