frightened (part of speech: verb)
harrowed, alarmed, anxious, afraid, apprehensive, lily-livered, fearful, startled, fainthearted, frightened, scared stiff, intimidated, rattled, paralyzed, terrified, chicken-livered, set on edge, scared, panicked, terror-stricken, jittery, haunted, petrified, disturbed, cowardly, weak-kneed, horrified, agitated, threatened, timid
- The recognition was mutual, and it must have unnerved the hand of the Captain, for although but a few feet from Calhoun, he fired and missed him. - "Raiding with Morgan", Byron A. Dunn.
- It is always interesting to know whether a parent or teacher disciplines a child because the child needs it, or because the parent or teacher is unnerved and has to give expression to his feelings. - "Principles of Teaching", Adam S. Bennion.
- The other girls were sorry but not really shaken or unnerved by the news. - "Molly Brown's Senior Days", Nell Speed.