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I was now on a dark path, questioning the limits of human understanding, unsettled by a future filled with big data and small comprehension.
I could foresee a catastrophe which would for ever unsettle the two towns, and give the valley an unenviable reputation.
They were forever settling the matter, positively and finally—but alas, only to have something unsettle it again.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
They unsettle the popular mind concerning eternal principles of justice.
Far be it from me to try to unsettle your mind or lead you any further until you feel that you need leading.
ALL HE KNEWJOHN HABBERTON
The Indian of the plains had as yet seen little to unsettle his assurance of everlasting dominion.
He was also influenced to make this exposition by the "Sic et Non" of Abélard, which tended to unsettle belief.
The doubts, too, as to the antiquity of the Sanskrit literature unsettle but little.
I went into my own to unsettle the bedclothes, as usual, and give the bed the appearance of having been slept in.
Faces begin soon (in Shakspeare's fine expression) to "dislimn:" features fluctuate: combinations of feature unsettle.

WORDS RELATED TO UNSETTLE

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