unsettle


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Synonyms for unsettle

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Synonyms for unsettle

disturb the composure of

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If they have belief in themselves against Arsenal and go for it, they could unsettle them.
Richardson added: ``This is a disgraceful attempt to unsettle George who is one of our most valuable players and we are seeking the full support of the FA and Premier League.
WEST Ham accused Tottenham of T trying to unsettle Scott Parker after rejecting their bid for the midfielder.
A Hammers statement read: "The club informed Tottenham T chairman Daniel Levy prior to him making the offer that we would not welcome any approach to unsettle the player.
ANDY JOHNSON has vowed not to let speculation that he will leave Crystal Palace in January unsettle him.
More takeover tales to unsettle a squad of already unsettled players.
THE Premier League are ready to investigate claims that Sir Alex Ferguson's son Jason was involved in an attempt to unsettle Sunderland's David Bellion and take him to Old Trafford.
Writing about Amazons unsettles the perceived norms and hierarchies of mainstream texts, calling into question, for example, the heterosexuality of homosocial power and the restriction of such power to men, revealing "the perversity of the inside" (9).
If even Chelsea aren't interested in unsettling them, then that's a big blow to their confidence and self-esteem which, in turn, unsettles them just as much as if they'd been unsettled by Chelsea's unsettling tactics in the first place.