It was a speculative venture to call on the Rieslings; interesting and sometimes disconcerting.
Several Boosters, including Babbitt, looked disconcerted.
The grimness of Gunch’s voice, the hardness of his jaw, disconcerted Babbitt, but he recovered and went on till they looked bored, then irritated, then as doubtful as Gunch.
He liked the Busy Folks’ Bible Class, composed of mature men and women and addressed by the old-school physician, Dr. T. Atkins Jordan, in a sparkling style comparable to that of the more refined humorous after-dinner speakers, but when he went down to the junior classes he was disconcerted.
But he was touched, and disconcerted, by the tactless way in which Overbrook praised him: "We’re mighty proud to have old George here to-night!
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It was disconcerting to realize the experts don’t really understand what is going on either.
Changing teachers in the middle of the semester was disconcerting.