discompose[ dis-kuhm-pohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF discompose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOMPOSE
All of which might have intimidated the gentle Phoebe, but did not discompose her father.
The temptation to discompose Miss Peggy was too strong to be resisted.
The incident did not seem to discompose the Chinese, who disposed of the next prisoner.
I have been ill,' said she, 'and am still so weak that any trifle can discompose me.'
Of course the failure did not discompose me, nor shake my belief.
The vehemence with which I put this question seemed to discompose my attendant.
Small changes in the household arrangements were likely to discompose him.
The conduct of an husband can not discompose a Lady of sense.
He persevered, and did not allow these little trials to discompose or discourage him.
The sight of the crowd for a moment seemed to discompose him.