Examples of unsettle in a Sentence
Such a sudden change will unsettle her.
the news that the local grocery store had sold contaminated produce unsettled many shoppers
Recent Examples of unsettle from the Web
The 32-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in recent times, with the player reportedly unsettled due to a number of factors and the situation is being closely monitored by ex-club Manchester United.
If a student’s home life is unsettled the transition can be even rockier, Batcho said.
However, some sharp impacts over harsh bumps unsettled the chassis and produced significant head-tossing motions in the cabin.
The relationship unsettles the court, breeding suspicion regarding his motives from such quarters as the queen's son (Eddie Izzard), doctor (Paul Higgins) and Prime Minister (Michael Gambon, briefly).
Even rumors that Amazon might be coming were enough to unsettle whole industries this year.
The crowd of media pressing in on the Moores unsettled the couple's horses.
It's also expected to inflame tensions in the region and unsettle the prospects for peace.
Among the many tensions of Trophy, that dynamic—between complicated and simple, between life and death—animates and unsettles.
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First Known Use of unsettle
agitate, ail, alarm (also alarum), bother, concern, derail, discomfort, discompose, dismay, disquiet, distemper, distract, distress, disturb, exercise, flurry, frazzle, freak (out), fuss, perturb, undo, unhinge, upset, weird out, worry;
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Definition of unsettle for Students
- Spicy food unsettles my stomach.
- Social changes can unsettle old beliefs.
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