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Take for instance the recent protests in Lagos, which have left many in the tech scene unnerved.
That helps explain why some investors, unnerved by the whiff of desperation surrounding the deal, reached for the ejection handle on Monday.
Especially the raspberry rye cookies just sort of unnerve me.
The previous wave of excitement over the path integral in the ’80s, driven by Hawking’s work, fizzled out in part because theorists were unnerved by the accumulation of approximations.
By old rule, you ought not to look down in crossing such a place, lest the sight of the torrent whirling below should unnerve you.
The groping darkness seemed to unnerve him more than anything else now—that and the awful stillness under his feet.
TOM SLADE WITH THE COLORSPERCY K. FITZHUGH
But the truth was, he acknowledged, settling back in the chair, that the situation was threatening to unnerve him completely.
GONE FISHINGJAMES H. SCHMITZ
The words almost unnerve John; he has a feeling that perhaps Heaven means to be kind and allow him the bliss he craves.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
It staggered Ramsay and sent him reeling, but it did not unnerve him.
THE SPELL OF THE WHITE STURGEONJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
His face was awful as he came on again; enough to unnerve the strongest man.
THE MAN FROM JERICHOEDWIN CARLILE LITSEY

WORDS RELATED TO UNNERVE

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perdureverb (used without object) | [per-door, -dyoor ]SEE DEFINITION
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