- v move deeply
- v change the arrangement or position of
- v tamper with
- v destroy the peace or tranquility of
- v damage as if by shaking or jarring
Don't disturb the patient's wounds by moving him too rapidly!
- As a rap song plays just loud enough not to disturb the neighbors, his friend eyes the bottle suspiciously.
- It therefore does not pay to disturb the delicate status quo by making loud noises about three hikers.
- Eating at inappropriate times may disturb the body's natural rhythm, setting off a string of metabolic reactions that ultimately lead to weight gain.
- Manmohan Singh in Reuters UK
I am confident that the people of India will rise unitedly against these attempts to disturb peace and harmony and to destroy our social fabric,Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said in a statement.
- Rob Andrews in Newsday
There have been signals coming out of the Clinton campaign that have racial overtones that indeed disturb me,Andrews said. "Frankly, I had a private conversation with a high-ranking person in the campaign ...... that used a racial line of...
- Tin Oo in New York Times
Speaking to reporters at his home in Yangon, the commercial capital of Myanmar, Mr. Tin Oo said: "They told me not to take actions which can disturb the building of the state. But I will continue my duty as vice chairman of the party."