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- This change of note disconcerted Ebenezer;Chapter 29 (15% in)
disconcerted = disturbed or unsettled
- I must have hit one of them, for he sang out and gave back a step, and the rest stopped as if a little disconcerted.Chapter 10 (25% in)
- He seemed disconcerted; at which I was meanly pleased.Chapter 24 (15% in)
There are no more uses of "disconcerting" in Kidnapped.
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