disconcertment


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Synonyms for disconcertment

anxious embarrassment

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It's more than kind, your concern for me, your disconcertment with the spiritual inertia into which I seem to have fallen, the spirit of lightness and ease that your letter offers, which only great men have the power to offer, men imbued with an awareness of the danger of this life and yet undaunted by it.
Even earlier, she had provoked disconcertment with her "realist," anti-liberal critique of elements of feminist theory as well as her rebuke of liberal individualism and her growing concern over abortion rights.
Enforced errancy and mild disconcertment are the best guide.
The Disconcertment of state regarding its fundamental obligation has allowed adveturism to grow.
The kudzu vine--introduced to the United States in the 1930s to help control soil erosion but that soon be came, to the disconcertment of landscape architects, virtually impossible to control at all--is a weed from Japan and not the United States--despite thriving in southeastern US ecosystems for close to a century.
When the singing started, my disconcertment was compounded: could this wan-sounding woman singing Luciobe the Roberta Invernizzi I'd so enjoyed on so many recordings?
Experienced pros are undergoing progressive disconcertment at