disconcert[ dis-kuhn-surt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disconcert
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCONCERT
The man's conceit irritated Henry and he longed to disconcert him.
Still this did not disconcert Rose, but rather made her laugh the more.
The sixteen stories under him did not disconcert him at all.
Even the old Mexican shooting-suit seemed in no way to disconcert him.
This exclamation appeared to disconcert Yoga Rama a good deal.
I say disconcerting because it emphatically did disconcert Henry.
Keep your party in when they are in; disconcert the enemy when your friends are out.
His words, for the moment, seemed to disconcert the two men.
He faced me very sharply, as though to disconcert me by the suddenness of his question.
It took a lot to disconcert Sam, and he was the calmest person present.