unnerve : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v disturb the composure of
- Whether it was timed to unnerve Australian voters, influence the Sept.
- The diplomatic nightmare facing Roh (pronounced No) would unnerve even a seasoned statesman.
- As for the idea that you unnerve me.
News & Articles
- Asian shares ease as Fed meeting keeps markets on edge
By Chikako Mogi TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares eased on Tuesday as investors waited for Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to clarify the U.S. central bank's plans for its stimulus programme - with the mere suggestion of fine-tuning it enough to unnerve market sentiment. European stocks are seen easing, with financial spreadbetters predicting London's FTSE 100, Paris's CAC-40 and Frankfurt's ...
June 18, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
- Shay Mitchell: New 'Pretty Little Liars' Tonight!
Shay Mitchell shows off her bruised shoulder in this new still from Pretty Little Liars. In tonight’s episode “Turn of the Shoe,” Mrs. DiLaurentis’ presence in Rosewood continues to unnerve all those around her, especially when she gives Hanna (Ashley Benson) a family parrot, whose gift for mimicry provides startling insight into Alison’s last days. [...]
June 18, 2013 - Just Jared Jr.
- Mark Durkan in Times Online
Mark Durkan, the Social Democratic and Labour Party leader and Foyle MP, said: "These are sinister attempts not only to unnerve a young officer and his family but to intimidate the entire community. The policing service which we now have has been...
- Ken Hitchcock in SportingNews.com
That third goal seemed to unnerve them a little bit,Columbus coach Ken Hitchcock said.
- Annabel Goldie in Telegraph.co.uk
But in a recent debate in the Scottish Parliament Miss Goldie told MSPs: "If there is something which is really beginning to unnerve the public, it is the SNP's unrelenting drive to create a soft- touch Scotland by emptying our prisons, extending...