His tone seemed to genuinely disconcert some of the protesters.
No level of incompetence or failure would either exasperate or disconcert him.
The night around her was still, and might have seemed peaceful, but for her vague feelings of disconcertion .
I've been disconcerted at my inability to come to a conclusion of my own on any of this - a minor sorrow right now, I know.
If this were to be over within 50 years I think people would be disconcerted .
One is left here to puzzle disconcertedly throughout this entire section over the simple but unanswered question, what is ‘it’?
Certainly during this time of war, everything was displaced and there was disconcertion everywhere.
The young American bemoaned the wet and cold of the Pennines, disconcerted by their bleakness that inspired the Brontes more than a century before.
Edie hesitated, and shook her head, being too disconcerted to say anything.
Brian approached, and to Aaron's disconcertion , his servant's face was gray with the pallor of death.