vb. (en-third-person singular of: disconcert)
Usage examples of "disconcerts".
She is a brave woman, whom nothing dejects or disconcerts, which is the living proof that we are only valued according to the force and versatility of the inner consciousness.
Favoral and Maxence had understood that the man who spoke thus was one of those cool and resolute men whom nothing disconcerts or discourages, and who knows how to make the best of the most perilous situations.
It disconcerts the Korsos for a minim when they realize that no oxy tanks, pumps, or scuba gear are in Hiner's bags.
That which emerges from the cemetery intimidates and disconcerts that which emerges from the cave.
That disconcerts him, but before he can reassure her, she has dodged into the lane, to be concealed by the hedge.
If Dr Hodgkinson's first glimpse of the meagre audience disconcerts him, his steps do not falter.