To disturb greatly; make uneasy or anxious.(verb-transitive)
To throw into great confusion.(verb-transitive)
Physics &amp; Astronomy To cause perturbation, as of a celestial orbit.(verb-transitive)
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Use "perturb" in a sentence
"On the contrary, check which phone calls perturb your mental health and give you a headache."
"It was an off the cuff remark, it was not meant to "perturb" you."
"It used to kind of perturb me the way she'd say that."