disturbing[ dih-stur-bing ]SEE DEFINITION OF disturbing
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She shivered a little; then tossed her head as if to throw off the disturbing thoughts.
He was storm-tossed in the disturbing element; he could come to no satisfying conclusion.
But Doctor Eben was in no danger of disturbing Hetty in this way.
The sea-dragon cried: “Who is disturbing me here in my own kingdom?”
Again, as with my father, I felt that disturbing lack of faith in my work.
There are some other questions which are disturbing to us because we have no answer to them.
The influence of individuals must always have been a disturbing element.
The most disturbing sound you can hear on Mars is the whispering.
There was a matter of course about his grandmother's attitude which was disturbing.
And unless some of the hotel's "hired help" set about the disturbing it would be done for them.
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