Definition of 'disconcert'
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But it can be a bit disconcerting for the other player at the table. The Sun (2013)This can be slightly disconcerting at first. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But there are strong links and similarities in this instance which are slightly disconcerting. The Sun (2011)There's something undeniably disconcerting about it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And that's why it was a bit disconcerting. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some will find these similarities comforting, while others will find them disconcerting. Christianity Today (2000)Either way, these commentators must be feeling more than slightly disconcerted. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is somewhat disconcerting to find her an embodiment of French chic. Times, Sunday Times (2011)At first it's a slightly disconcerting experience. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And the Church finds that very disconcerting at a troubling time like this. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Nato's smaller fish may find this disconcerting and expensive but they need to get used to it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Needless to say, the cumulative effect of this patchwork approach to narrative is both disconcerting and slightly depressing. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is a very simple solution if you find this disconcerting: get down there and do it for her. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I get a bit disconcerted when he's not. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is just slightly disconcerting that nobody is sure of plan A yet. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's getting a bit disconcerting, to be honest. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's a bit disconcerting, but intriguing. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Slightly disconcerting, but most enjoyable - which is the way nostalgia should always be. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We explored a bit before lunch, but there's something disconcerting about seeing a medieval village crammed with tourists and tacky art galleries. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The initial sense of holding the reins but having no contact with the horse's body is disconcerting, a bit like washing your feet with your socks on. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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