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I was nettled now at all these things which were coming to puzzle and perturb an honest fellow out for a morning ride.
THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
A more pronounced cause than vague surmise was destined to perturb him, and this in an unexpected manner.
A LAODICEANTHOMAS HARDY
What was to happen would happen; to perturb and perplex oneself was useless and might be dangerous.
ANCIENT ROMEMARY AGNES HAMILTON
Captain Thornes sarcasm seemed to perturb the youngster, but his good breeding got the better of his annoyance.
SECRET SERVICECYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
The existence of such facts does not perturb in the least those theorists who “rule the roost” in the scientific world.
JUNGLE FOLKDOUGLAS DEWAR
The Irish members, in the second place, perturb and falsify the whole system of party government.
Being so small any large surface features of Mars would probably act to perturb the orbit of the satellite.
What the regenerator does is perturb the magnetic field of the cyclotron at one radial position.
LRL ACCELERATORSLAWRENCE RADIATION LABORATORY
But I felt that I must be myself, and that no evil any more than good fortune ought for a moment to perturb the tenor of my being.
WILFRID CUMBERMEDEGEORGE MACDONALD
It was not what he had read that vexed him, but the fact that the life out there in which he had now no part could perturb him.
WAR AND PEACELEO TOLSTOY

WORDS RELATED TO PERTURB

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