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1. She had the disconcerting habit of saying exactly what she thought.
2. I found some of his personal habits rather disconcerting.
3. I found all that noise rather disconcerting.
4. Even more disconcerting were the personality changes.
5. It was disconcerting how the desire not to appear a fool followed one into captivity.
6. What is truly disconcerting about the story is the result of the fall, and the divine purpose behind it.
7. And the headmaster had a disconcerting habit of offering jobs to people he met at dinner parties.
8. Waters asked a few disconcerting questions.
9. It's a bit disconcerting to be minding your own business. Just getting on with things.
10. It's a bit disconcerting to be minding your own business.
11. Disconcerting, therefore, to hear that the pub is being floated on the property market.
12. It would not be so disconcerting if they were all eaten, the poor wee souls.
13. However, it was still fairly disconcerting to receive some information yesterday from a Newcastle public relations company.
14. Howarth had a disconcerting glimpse of the barely controlled aggression beneath the mask of casual good humour.
15. The reception desk is not at street level, which is a little disconcerting.
16. She lay in wait for pain, expecting no rewards from people, and this made her a hopelessly disconcerting friend.
17. Their faces, stylised with oval, almond eyes and red lips, were disconcerting.
18. A sleepy anaesthetist arrived - looked about 18 years old - a little disconcerting.
19. As he held her there, he began to breathe heavily and there was a disconcerting expression on his face.
20. Nevertheless, the peremptory dismissal of the book which established the modern discipline of macroeconomics is disconcerting.
21. The sheer efficiency of the drivers, especially at high volumes, can be disconcerting, and the sound is exceptionally bright.
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22. Economists said the bad news was most pronounced, and most disconcerting, in manufacturing.
23. But the life of a first generation feminist can be plagued by disconcerting lapses.
24. Guests should not enter during speeches, distracting the audience and disconcerting the speakers.
25. Meeting a group of complete strangers from backgrounds very different to my own, in such an alien environment, was disconcerting.
26. Just above the milometer was a small computer screen, and Jack guessed that she would find that pretty disconcerting.
27. John was also extremely fast and nimble, and he possessed a remarkable body-swerve which could prove most disconcerting to opposing defenders.
28. When designer Rei Kawakubo tucks pillows under blouses and shows her collection in utter silence, simple clothes become disconcerting theater.
29. But there was more to Jeanson than his bad faith, excesses, cruel humour and disconcerting habit of changing his mind.
30. He held her eyes for a split second, and she found his gaze disconcerting.
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