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
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Virtually no one, of course, expected much support from Brockhouse, who once worked as a consultant for the fire union and is widely expected to challenge Nirenberg in May. Others are unsettled on the issue for less obvious reasons.
While lower courts have issued conflicting rulings, the Supreme Court hasn’t weighed in to clarify since the 1980s, leaving the issue unsettled until the court decides to intervene again.
Last season's 6-10 record might be (partially) dismissed to the starting quarterback missing the season injured, but what has happened since is unsettling in a way less excusable.
Still, in the wake of the Parkland massacre, there’s something graphically unsettling about the image of a politician pointing a shotgun at a teenager.
What viewers like me want is an ordinary house rendered unsettling through sound design and dissonant music.
While the national basketball picture is unsettled, Thomas is quite pleased with what has happened with the Vikings.
McClaren, who was Alex Ferguson's assistant when Manchester United won the treble in 1999, said the Sanchez signing would be a major coup for the club but warned his earnings could unsettle other players.
Some experts say major thorny issues are still unsettled between the two countries, and that is why a senior official like Kim Yong Chol has traveled to the United States to narrow the gap.
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UNSETTLE Defined for English Language Learners
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: to make (someone) nervous, worried, or upset
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