disconcertion

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The act of disconcerting, or state of being disconcerted; discomposure; perturbation
One who discommends; a dispraiser
Deserving, disapprobation or blame
To deprive of commonable quality, as lands, by inclosing or appropriating
Blame; censure; reproach
Inconvenient; troublesome; incommodious
Disadvantage; inconvenience
To deprive of a commission or trust
A lack of common possessions
To put inconvenience; to incommode; to trouble
anxious embarrassment
To discommode
To deprive of privileges
To expose to censure or ill favor; to put out of the good graces of any one
To deprive of the right of common
disconcert
To bring into confusion
disconcert
To frustrate, make go wrong
disconcert
To upset the composure of
disconcert
{v} to unsettle, disappoint, thwart
disconcert
To deprive of the right of common
disconcert
To deprive of commonable quality, as lands, by inclosing or appropriating
disconcert
Want of concert; disagreement
disconcert
To expose to censure or ill favor; to put out of the good graces of any one
disconcert
Disadvantage; inconvenience
disconcert
One who discommends; a dispraiser
disconcert
To put inconvenience; to incommode; to trouble
disconcert
cause to lose one's composure
disconcert
To confuse the faculties of; to disturb the composure of; to discompose; to abash
disconcert
To discommode
disconcert
{f} discompose, fluster, worry; confuse, cause disorder
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Blame; censure; reproach
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If something disconcerts you, it makes you feel anxious, confused, or embarrassed. Antony's wry smile disconcerted Sutcliffe + disconcerted dis·con·cert·ed He was disconcerted to find his fellow diners already seated. to make someone feel slightly confused, embarrassed, or worried (desconcerter, from concerter )
disconcert
cause to feel embarrassment; "The constant attention of the young man confused her"
disconcert
Deserving, disapprobation or blame
disconcert
To deprive of a commission or trust
disconcert
Inconvenient; troublesome; incommodious
disconcert
To deprive of privileges
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To break up the harmonious progress of; to throw into disorder or confusion; as, the emperor disconcerted the plans of his enemy
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A lack of common possessions
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To frustrate (as in plans)
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