Simple Definition of disconcert
: to make (someone) upset or embarrassed
Examples of disconcert in a sentence
News of his criminal past has disconcerted even his admirers.
<we were disconcerted by the unexpected changes to the program>
Origin and Etymology of disconcert
obsolete French disconcerter, alteration of Middle French desconcerter, from des- dis- + concerter to concert
First Known Use: 1687
Synonym Discussion of disconcert
DISCONCERT Defined for Kids
Definition of disconcert for Students
: to make confused and a little upset <The change in plans disconcerted him.>
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