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How to use discomposure in a sentence

The weather had distempered even this impassive creature; and as I went on upstairs I was the less ashamed of my own discomposure.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, VOLUME XXIROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Despite the assurance which he affected, the discomposure of his features betrayed the sensations that agitated him.
BROTHER JACQUES (NOVELS OF PAUL DE KOCK, VOLUME XVII)CHARLES PAUL DE KOCK
His face looked a little less bronzed than usual, but he showed no other sign of discomposure.
THE CATTLE-BARON'S DAUGHTERHAROLD BINDLOSS
His hat was in his hand, and his body was obsequiously bent, but there was no discomposure in his lifeless voice and manner.
AUDREYMARY JOHNSTON
Fortunately, neither Sir Edgar nor Adam noticed her discomposure.
HILDEBRANDANONYMOUS
His discomposure was greatly augmented when he reached that apartment.
HILDEBRANDANONYMOUS
While this brutal sentence was read Montrose showed no sign of discomposure.
MONTROSEMOWBRAY MORRIS
There was not the least shadow on her face, not the least discomposure in her manner.
LOVE WORKS WONDERSCHARLOTTE M. BRAME
My mistress was standing alone on the hearth-rug, with an appearance of great discomposure in her face and manner.
THE QUEEN OF HEARTSWILKIE COLLINS
The fine brown eyes of the woman smoldered a little, but she continued to gaze without the least discomposure.
THE CITY OF DELIGHTELIZABETH MILLER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO DISCOMPOSURE

  • apprehension
  • apprehensiveness
  • discomposure
  • disquietude
  • disturbance
  • fear
  • feeling
  • foreboding
  • forecast
  • forethought
  • funny feeling
  • handwriting on wall
  • hunch
  • intuition
  • misgiving
  • perturbation
  • premonition
  • prenotion
  • presage
  • sinking feeling
  • vibes
  • worriment
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