Definition of disconcert:
hold over, discomfort, pain, circumvent, knock over, throw, chagrin, confound, study at embarrass, turn over, put on the spot, set back, duck, discomfit, shame, hedge, table, upset, overawe, blur, put-off, prorogue, obnubilate, discountenance, unsettle, bedevil, disturb, overturn, trouble, tump over, put over, dodge, tip over, jumble, bowl over, postpone, discombobulate, confuse, bewilder, flurry, befuddle, shelve, perplex, swage, remit, evade, fuddle, defer, throw for a loop, sidestep, untune, discompose, fudge, elude, obscure, mix up, daunt, turn off, skirt, parry, fox.
She had come in the coach, like any common mortal, and the coachman, upon her request, had put her down at the Governor's house, and the guard had knocked at the door, and the servant had informed her that General Hucklebridge was not the governor of Lymport, nor did Admiral Combleman then reside in the town; which tidings, the coach then being out of sight, it did not disconcert the Countess to hear; and she reached her mother, having, at least, cut off communication with the object of conveyance.- "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- "John Halifax, Gentleman", Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.
- "A Book of Golden Deeds", Charlotte M. Yonge.