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  • r  in a disquieting manner
    the disquietingly close sounds of gunfire

  • Below the top group, talent is disquietingly thin, even though the staff is deceptively large.
  • The disparity of memories appalls him, but he also finds parts of her experience disquietingly familiar.
  • Meetings with him can take on the character of interrogation, and they often occur at disquietingly early hours: Newhouse generally starts his office day at 4 a.

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