discomposure[ dis-kuh m-poh-zher ]SEE DEFINITION OF discomposure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOMPOSURE
"I say, I must look into that," said Atherstone, with discomposure.
Kirsty's laughter blew Steenie's discomposure away, and he too laughed.
He could not have expected to meet her here; and his discomposure was obvious.
Though they walked in silence, Bob did not guess her discomposure.
His face remained grave, but without the least trace of discomposure.
Lady Blandish smiled, but the baronet's discomposure was not to be concealed.
He stood before her in the discomposure of her again thus appearing to fail him.
Britt demanded, and the query made for the young man's discomposure.
Quinlan underwent an hours ordeal without the shadow of discomposure.
To Shelleys disappointment and discomposure Godwin was away from home.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISCOMPOSURE
- bad conscience
- ill repute
- loss of face
- skeleton in the cupboard