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disconcerting
used in All Quiet on the Western Front

3 uses
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Definition
disrupt composure — such as to confuse or worry
  •   "But where are the others?"
      "They won't be fed by you to-day. They're either in the dressing-station or pushing up daisies."
      The cook was quite disconcerted as the facts dawned on him.
    Chapter 1 (20% in)
disconcerted = disturbed
  • Himmelstoss is disconcerted.
    Chapter 5 (30% in)
  • disconcerted = disturbed or unsettled
  • She is quite disconcerted.
    Chapter 10 (55% in)
disconcerted = disturbed or unsettled
There are no more uses of "disconcerting" in All Quiet on the Western Front.

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