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
But even so, the younger man's resemblance to her husband (played by Claflin in a brief, wordless scene) unnerves Rachel.
For one, Trump’s praise for Putin in the past has unnerved Europe.
Duterte's declaration unnerved Filipinos who lived through the rule of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, who imposed martial law in 1972 and used it to hold power for more than a decade.
The notes were never overtly threatening, but their cryptic nature really unnerved him.
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First Known Use of unnerve
Synonym Discussion of unnerve
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
UNNERVE Defined for Kids
Definition of unnerve for Students
: to cause to lose confidence, courage, or self-control
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