For these folks. triumph is disquieting and unseemly, especially when it is personified by a middle-aged white male who is not ashamed of it.
It's a disquieting , impressive exhibit, and so thoroughly creepy that afterwards, we REALLY needed a drink.
Late last month, the prolific historian had said in a Senate hearing that his examination of school history textbooks had shown a disquieting trend.
Not many science-fiction authors can spin off a great first chapter which is gives you a disquieting , grim gradual revelation of being in a completely alien environment.
For someone with such resolute political aims - namely, shedding light on disquieting social inequities - Ken Currie is a remarkably subtle painter.
A disquieting and disturbing aspect of the case was that the accused had become an arrestee, detainee and confessor of a crime before he was a suspect.
Once inside, he experiences a series of disquieting encounters, culminating in a hideous banquet.
While his fiction isn't particularly original, he does understand language - its disquieting rhythms and subtle undercurrents - and his music.
You must remember that I come from an essentially feudal country - and there are few things more disquieting than a feudal peace.
Corresponding to the interminability of public arguments there is at least the appearance of a disquieting private arbitrariness.