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
During those stops, Trump took some actions that were unsettling for our foreign allies.
Home Run’ Trip Leaves White House Happy, Europe Agape Trump’s first foreign trip as president left fellow members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization unsettled and wary, as well.
Ms. Merkel was known to have been unsettled by her meetings with Mr. Trump in Washington in March, and she had been concerned that if Marine Le Pen won the French presidency this month, Germany would be isolated and the European Union badly damaged.
What's next: Trump unsettled Merkel by making the U.S. the only G7 nation to refuse to reaffirm the Paris Accord on climate change.
The country, unsettled by President Nicolás Maduro’s heavy-handed authoritarian style, has been rife with civil unrest, strikes, famine and protest since his election in 2013 after Hugo Chavez’s death.
Many Hinsdale residents were unsettled by the slaying and wanted more details.
Collins' slaying has stoked fear and concern among students and administrators at the College Park campus, where racially motivated incidents had already unsettled the community in recent months.
WYATTING v. Unsettling a crowded bar by selecting avant-garde music by the likes of Philip Glass and Robert Wyatt from the thousands of tracks on an Internet jukebox.
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First Known Use of unsettle
UNSETTLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unsettle for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) nervous, worried, or upset
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