Tending to cause discomfort, uneasiness or alarm; unsettling; troubling; upsetting.(adjective)
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Use "disconcerting" in a sentence
"Brad: “What I find disconcerting is that we actually ran a $900,000 trade deficit with Canada in live turkeys in the first half of this year!”"
"What's disconcerting is how he, like I've heard from Terry O'Quinn in LOST interviews, has given up on completely delving into and investing in their character's inner-workings and resigned to being a 'puppet' for the writers and directors."
"What's perhaps more disconcerting is that fact that the parents of those children let them stay for sleepovers at Jackson's * shudder* Yes, whole scenario is simply evil."