unnerve


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Synonyms for unnerve

Synonyms for unnerve

to lessen or deplete the nerve, energy, or strength of

Synonyms for unnerve

disturb the composure of

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Total idiots trying to unnerve me and yes, brain-dead white van drivers the worst of all.
Waters masterminds "sexual terrorism" in an effort to unnerve even the most jaded of viewers.
Council chair Mary Ponsonby said: "It is not a military cemetery and we felt a large statue could unnerve visitors.
Smarty Jones put his hard-earned cool on display Thursday morning amid a paparazzi crush that seemed to unnerve other horses and even his own trainer.
Although this restraint has been triggered more frequently as the market has risen in value, NYSE officials and other traders have said it has proven to be an effective suppressant of sudden knee-jerk swings in stock prices that can unnerve the market.
Such unauthorized activity unnerves many people, especially those who seek control and regimentation, whether political or cultural.
It unnerves you, but it's still a nice neighborhood.