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Discompose

verb
(past & past part. discomposed; pres. part. discomposing)
1.
Cause to lose one's composure.  Synonyms: discomfit, disconcert, untune, upset.






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"Discompose" Quotes from Famous Books



... visitors to the boxes, as wrapped up in themselves, fortified against impressions, weaned from all superstitious belief in dramatic illusions, taking so little interest in all that was interesting, disinclined to discompose their cravats or their muscles, "except when some gesticulation of Mr. Kean, or some expression of an author two hundred years old, violated the decorum of fashionable indifference." These were good reasons for his objection ...
— A Book of the Play - Studies and Illustrations of Histrionic Story, Life, and Character • Dutton Cook



Words linked to "Discompose" :   throw, fire, abash, bewilder, arouse, anguish, unnerve, elicit, provoke, enervate, faze, raise, embarrass, kindle, enkindle, discombobulate, evoke, afflict, unsettle, dissolve, pain, discomposure, bemuse, hurt



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