Does this priest, Father Flynn, embody the future, the change, the upsetting of her little fiefdom?
Be forewarned, it's perhaps the most upsetting thing you'll ever read.
Cain says she has since recovered from the upsetting effect of those scandals.
The email really had the potential to disrupt the Christmas gathering, and it was upsetting to several members of the family.
What is upsetting, especially in a book about what Dunham has “learned,” is how much weight she puts on being in a relationship.
As a man rushed him on each side a third bravo dropped low in front of him and seized the seaman's legs, upsetting him.
None had the effect of upsetting the theological equilibrium of Jewry.
She got a way of surprising Guy and upsetting his calculations with unannounced extravagances.
A little, perhaps, but the upsetting of the table could not be forgotten.
It is very trying and upsetting and—and expensive into the bargain.