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
As a woman trying to write about the truth, this unsettles me.
In this week’s PEOPLE, some of Carolyn’s closest friends reveal new details about the woman the public never got a chance to know, including how she was unsettled by Princess Diana’s death in a 1997 car crash after being chased by paparazzi.
Moving forward with the bill as proposed could unsettle many working-class Republicans who might lose Medicaid or get less federal assistance for buying their own insurance.
The prospect of a second Brazilian president being forced out of office in less than a year has unsettled markets and investors.
Nothing unsettles my stomach more than the thought of a fly growing inside my belly!
So much of Germany’s threat was coming from the right flank where Brandt and Kimmich were given space to unsettle Australia The gulf in quality was clear, and yet the callow Germans discovered the perils of not killing off a game.
Unsettling video imagery by Jesse Kanda only heightened the drama.
But Trump's recent executive order -- touted as a rollback of tax rules that prevent clergy from endorsing candidates from the pulpit -- has Macon and other politically active clergy in Cleveland unsettled and confused.
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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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