discomforting[ dis-kuhm-fert ]SEE DEFINITION OF discomforting
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If discomforting forces assailed the republic, they must be crushed.
"Why, we aren't nearly there yet," was Betty's discomforting reply.
I thought of our own devices, comforting or discomforting kinships!
He wanted to be without it and its discomforting reproaches.
This discomforting thought was dissipated by the action of Tippo Sahib.
The thought of a lunatic or two at large lurking round the house was discomforting indeed.
The former illuminates the ceiling with a flood of light without any discomforting glare.
Arising from that discomforting consciousness of discord there come, likewise, other forms and objects of dread.
When he upset her chair in the reception-room she had rallied with discomforting assurance; now she betrayed timidity.
So dinner was eaten with a sort of wingless spirit in them all, proving a discomforting failure in its pleasureableness.
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