Definition of Disconce
tending to cause discomfort, uneasiness or alarm; unsettling; troubling; upset
Examples of Disconcerting in a sen
I found it very disconcerting to be in the wedding of my former boyfriend.
As a middle school counselor, Mrs. Jackson became aware of a disconcerting trend among the students to repeat whatever was said by their teachers.
I couldn’t shake the disconcerting feeling that I was being watched.
Because it was just trying to get used to its new collar, the vet told me that the puppy’s disconcerting behavior was nothing to be concerned about.
I still remember how disconcerting it was to have my school friends tell me that Santa Claus was really my own parents.
Even though I had made sure to get clear directions to my new doctor’s office, I felt a disconcerting certainty that I had taken a wrong turn somewhere.
There was a disconcerting rumor going around the office that Marla was going to get the position that I had interviewed for.
Although the doll was beautiful, it had the disconcerting appearance of following me around with its eyes.
The disconcerting discovery of twelve beached whales had everyone for miles wondering why it had happened and what they were going to do with the poor creatures.
I think my date was offended when I told her that she bore a disconcerting resemblance to my grandmother.
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