discomfit[ dis-kuhm-fit ]SEE DEFINITION OF discomfit
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And thus did you discomfit the dark designs of your enemies.
He had not known that a wisp of a girl could so discomfit a man.
If this were all that Shaynon could have trumped up to discomfit him—!
It was supposed that the banquet was given to test the duke's popularity and to discomfit the Protestants and exclusionists.
Yet a little piece of statistics may serve to discomfit those who are incredulous on this point.
But the first flash of an Austrian sabre, or the first sound of Austrian gun, was enough to discomfit the French.
It contained a small table and a stove, the latter of diminutive size, but smoky enough to discomfit a host.
It was with difficulty that Garrofat choked down his rage at this latest failure of his plans to discomfit or destroy the prince.
It is said that she had promised to discomfit the Burgundians and bring back Duke Philip prisoner.
She imagined that this declaration would silence and discomfit Wilkie, but she was mistaken.