The change, so audacious, so unorthodox, disconcerted the Costa Ricans.
The man looked not exactly embarrassed but disconcerted, surprised.
Amazed and disconcerted, Hurlstone, nevertheless, retained his presence of mind.
But young Ibsen was not a favorite even with the girls, whom he alarmed and disconcerted.
In the second, Nevers knocked him down; but he was not at all disconcerted.
They were the advance of a party of men who were about to come upon the settlement, but were disconcerted by this means.
Little Muck, however, was not disconcerted by their laughter.
Yet he was disconcerted by the premonition that her interpretation of what he had done would not be his.
For an officer to permit a sailor to see that he is disconcerted is yielding too much.
He was disconcerted, but the Turkey carpet assured him somewhat.