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unsettle

un·set·tle

unsettle

 
pronunciation:
uhn se tl
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: unsettled, unsettles, unsettling
definition 1: to agitate or disturb the mind or emotions of; make uneasy, uncertain, or the like; upset.
I was unsettled by her disclosures.
synonyms:
agitate, disquiet, disturb, shake, trouble, upset
antonyms:
settle, steady
similar words:
bother, discombobulate, discomfit, discomfort, discompose, disconcert, fluster, fret, jangle, jar, perturb, rattle, rock, ruffle, unnerve
definition 2: to displace or disrupt.
synonyms:
disturb, unfix
antonyms:
settle, steady
similar words:
disarrange, dislodge, disorder, displace, disrupt, perturb, shake, trouble, unbalance, upset
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition: to become unsettled, disrupted, or disturbed.
synonyms:
upset
antonyms:
settle, steady
similar words:
fluster, ruffle, startle, trouble
derivation: unsettlement (n.)