perturbing

[ per-turb ]SEE DEFINITION OF perturbing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERTURBING

The great box-plants, the great box-plants with their acrid, perturbing perfume!

Does the perturbing problem of an end occur to its dense brain?

The period was easily allowed to be not exact, because of perturbing planets.

So the perturbing power of such a mass on distant bodies is imperceptible.

Superficially, her beauty of irregularity was of all beauty the most perturbing and provocative.

The slight electric current required has no perturbing effect on the clock.

Julie's strange, perturbing presentiments were suddenly realized.

But perturbing things were happening, within her and around her.

The perturbing influence of recent immigration must vex American life for many decades.

He treated the water, rotating with the earth once a day, somewhat as if it were a satellite acted on by perturbing forces.

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