- Alyosha was even more disconcerted and vexed.
- Alyosha was disconcerted.
- "From Tchermashnya, too …. you could be sent for," Smerdyakov muttered, almost in a whisper, looking disconcerted, but gazing intently into Ivan’s eyes.
- The landlord seemed disconcerted.
- Mitya muttered in a rather disconcerted tone.
- The frigid severity, with which the investigating lawyer, and still more the prosecutor, stared intently at him as he told his story, disconcerted him at last considerably.
- "I did not write it for publication …. it was published afterwards," muttered Rakitin, for some reason fearfully disconcerted and almost ashamed.
- Kolya was disconcerted.
- It must be noted that Grigory entered the hall with a composed and almost stately air, not the least disconcerted by the majesty of the court or the vast audience listening to him.
- What nonsense!" cried Rakitin, disconcerted.
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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.
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