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I was now on a dark path, unsettled by a future filled with big data and small comprehension.

He said residents have been unsettled as some staff have been temporarily replaced and beds have been removed after those who used them tested positive.

The question flattered her, but it also unsettled her, as if she wasn’t wanted or didn’t belong.

Gómez last year pushed forward reforms to affordable housing policies meant to encourage those developers to invest more in more low-income housing development and acknowledged Tuesday that the language unsettled her.

But this same Christmas story and message should be unsettling, even disturbing, to those of us who are well off.

This is entirely understandable—after all, it is unsettling that a physician could make such an obvious mistake.

And it was this vision of America, as unsettling as it was, that resonated and made his death meaningful.

The Secret History of Wonder Woman is, in the end, unsettling.

Yet the eerie echoing of the earlier faux interview in another major media outlet was unsettling for jazz lovers.

The competition of organizations for good school children as leaders can become unsettling to the young.

I cannot do otherwise without unsettling the very foundations of my own moral nature.

Such a chameleon-like cognomen is very unsettling to your idea of his identity, and can hardly prove reassuring to his own.

Never will I run the risk of unsettling a man's whole character for life by wantonly interfering with his affections.

I cannot do otherwise without unsettling the foundations of my own moral nature.


On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unsettling, such as: alarming, creepy, depressing, disconcerting, discouraging, and disquieting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.