Now Jacqueline, for her purposes, had thought to disconcert the man unused to courts.
That word, like nearly all her speeches, seemed rather to disconcert her hearers.
Once, you know, you dropped me; but nothing seemed to disconcert that young man.
The absence of citizens and of a deputation, and even the burning of Moscow, did not disconcert him.
Her brother-in-law's sudden appearance did not disconcert her.
For herself, she seemed above the reach of any circumstance to disconcert.
The other conjecture may possibly have sufficient truth in it to disconcert collectors of examples of local crafts.
Still this did not disconcert Rose, but rather made her laugh the more.
Julien's arrival seemed very much to disconcert the two friends who did not say another word.
Even the old Mexican shooting-suit seemed in no way to disconcert him.