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Noun: discomfited  dis'kúm-fi-tid
  1. People who are defeated
    "the Romans had no pity for the discomfited";
    - defeated
Adjective: discomfited  dis'kúm-fi-tid
  1. Disappointingly unsuccessful
    "discomfited expectations and thwarted ambitions";
    - defeated, disappointed, foiled, frustrated, thwarted
Verb: discomfit  dis'kúm-fit
  1. Cause to lose one's composure
    "When you discomfit somebody, you embarrass or bewilder him or, sometimes, you frustrate his plans";
    - upset, discompose, untune, disconcert

See also: unsuccessful

Type of: arouse, elicit, enkindle, evoke, fire, kindle, people, provoke, raise