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to cause (a person) to be self-consciously distressed

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The availability of review and release alerts and two-way actionable alerts, however, remains disconcertingly scarce, being offered by 24% and 16% of FIs, respectively.
We eventually disembarked in Gladstone in Queensland, where we boarded a disconcertingly small boat and wobbled our way across to Heron Island on the Great Barrier Reef.
Some stages also feature gravity pools which, once they're stepped on, rotate the world, disconcertingly flipping the floor so it becomes another wall, and causing enemies to fire at you from what was once the ceiling.
Some stages also feature gravity pools which, once stepped on, rotate the world, disconcertingly flipping the floor so it becomes another wall, and causing enemies to fire at you from what was once the ceiling.
Scheerbart was no scientist--he hired plumbers and mechanics to construct his designs--and the only product of the quixotic but disconcertingly earnest endeavor was fuel for Scheerbart's imagination.
A third of Americans believe the country is on the right track - disconcertingly low for a president eight months before an election.
Disconcertingly, only one player - striker Neymar of Santos - doesn't play in Europe.
The medical community has struggled for years to reassure parents that childhood vaccinations are safe, but the number of parents who skip the shots disconcertingly grows.
Being chorizo, it was disconcertingly pink in the middle, despite the fact she said she couldn't taste much chorizo, so she had to find the waiter once again to ask for it to be cooked for longer.
The racing was competitive - it's just that arab horses are smaller and at times disconcertingly slower, especially over longer distances.
With disconcertingly few programs to help them, they are particularly vulnerable to homelessness and its residual dangers.
The taste is smooth and sweet, and the rum is almost disconcertingly easy to drink.
Disconcertingly, Boro's main league form weakness was again on show despite the relatively lowly opposition: Inability to score goals.
The footnotes are not numbered in the text, and, more disconcertingly, the book lacks a strong thesis.
To complicate matters further, Bradley is making no secret of his not-so-honest intentions, which she finds disconcertingly alluring.