verb (used with object), un·nerved, un·nerv·ing.
Examples from the Web for unnerve
More likely, it would make noises or take steps to unnerve peace with Israel in the Sinai just to show us up.Leslie H. Gelb on the Democracy-Elections Trap in Egypt|Leslie H. Gelb|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Yesterday, China Daily reported that the collapse of the boom on the crane “may unnerve some Chinese buyers.”Fleeing the Dangling ‘Boom of Doom’ Skyscraper Crane atop One57th|Michael Gross|November 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And it could unnerve the establishment—including the powerful Army.
Part of her secret is her certitude, which is enough to unnerve most people.
The idea of sex with a guy who normally gets paid for it began to unnerve me.
If a single scream could unnerve me that much it had to be bad.The Man the Martians Made|Frank Belknap Long
There may be something to unnerve you, and that must not happen now.Graustark|George Barr McCutcheon
Their object was, apparently, to alarm and unnerve us before they approached.The Perils and Adventures of Harry Skipwith|W.H.G. Kingston
Nothing that could unnerve his hand or weaken his insight should enter this spot sacred to his great hope.Initials Only|Anna Katharine Green
Tubby had not yet been informed of Rob's disappearance, as it was feared that it might unnerve him.The Boy Scouts On The Range|Lieut. Howard Payson