This was one of the saddest and most disturbing stories in sports history.
Some of these “religions” have beliefs and practices that border on the bizarre and disturbing.
Despite the undoubted impact of this novel, this disturbing vision bends the story in an unlikely direction.
Indeed, they take place from Sorrento to Venice with disturbing frequency.
Identities are being stolen every day all over the world in this disturbing way.
Such books, and France's "Isle of Penguins," are not disturbing as bed-books.
And now I'll be saying good-night, for I don't like disturbing of a family party.
Their corpses, interspersed here and there in the series of the cells, are disturbing causes, which it is wise to eliminate.
She did not dare call out, for fear of disturbing other guests of the hotel.
More than that, he hoped that it never would come back, for it might be disturbing to his solitudes.
c.1300, "to stop or hinder," from Old French destorber (Old North French distourber) and directly from Latin disturbare "throw into disorder," from dis- "completely" (see dis-) + turbare "to disorder, disturb," from turba "turmoil" (see turbid).
Meaning "to frighten" is late 13c.; that of "to stir up, agitate" is c.1300. Related: Disturbed; disturbing; disturbingly. Middle English also had distourbler (n.) "one who disturbs or incites" (late 14c.).