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Verb: disconcert  ,dis-kun'surt
  1. Cause to feel embarrassment
    "The constant attention of the young man disconcerted her";
    - confuse, flurry, put off
  2. Cause to lose one's composure
    - upset, discompose, untune, discomfit

Derived forms: disconcerting, disconcerted, disconcerts

Type of: abash, arouse, elicit, embarrass, enkindle [literary], evoke, fire, kindle, provoke, raise