Examples of unnerve in a Sentence
Seeing the police in there unnerved me.
She was unnerved by his strange manner.
Recent Examples of unnerve from the Web
His decision to impose new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports has left global markets in a state of flux and unnerved some of America's closest allies about the potential for a trade war.
The series has plenty of light and funny moments, but the overall tone is unnerving.
The developments underscore the dramatic turn in Trump's approach toward North Korea, which has unnerved Japan.
But those closest to Trump are unnerved by his penchant for making matters worse.
The prospect of a significant change to Morgan’s status has unnerved people in circles beyond that of the grieving father.
But my unwillingness to drop every other man immediately just to be with him seemed to unnerve him.
The device Sunday night, meanwhile, was seemingly intended to detonate at random, ratcheting up the fear in a city already unnerved by the package explosions.
Tim, who massages the scar twice a day, for two minutes at a time, still feels unnerved by the sight and feel of his daughter’s tiny chest.
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throw cold water on;
Synonym Discussion of unnerve
- unnerved by the near collision
- a nation's youth enervated by affluence and leisure
- a soldier unmanned by the terrors of battle
- an amendment that emasculates existing safeguards
UNNERVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unnerve for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) feel afraid or upset and unable to think clearly
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