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Similar words: discomfiturediscomfortdiscontenteddiscodiscorddiscolordiscoursediscoverMeaning: [dɪs'kʌmfɪt]  n. people who are defeated. adj. 1. disappointingly unsuccessful 2. caused to feel self-conscious and uncomfortable. 
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1. The tricky question about his finances discomfited the minister.
2. He will be particularly discomfited by the minister's dismissal of his plan.
3. The opposition leader has regularly discomfited him in parliament.
4. Will wanted to do likewise, but felt too discomfited.
5. He was discomfited by her silence.
6. Heavy rain discomfited our plans for a picnic.
7. He was not noticeably discomfited by the request.
8. He was discomfited by the unexpected questions.
9. The invading army was discomfited in every battle.
10. Foley's announcement discomfited some Democrats.
11. Whatever he was saying clearly discomfited the librarian.
12. Discomfited, Harbour blurted out that he thought Dangerous Corner a wonderful play, absolutely wonderful.
13. This only discomfited the coroner further, he stared down at the floor and shuffled his feet like some clumsy schoolboy.
14. The invading army discomfited in every battle.
15. The tricky question about his discomfited the minister.
16. What an ass I am, he thought, somewhat discomfited.
17. Poor Danglars looked so crest - fallen and discomfited that Monte Cristo assumed a pitying air towards him.
18. If you are discomfited by this preoccupation, then you have an alcohol problem.
19. And Joshua discomfited Amalek and his people with the edge of the sword.
20. Young children cried too,( perhaps discomfited by an afternoon concert not as kiddie-friendly as their parents expected.
21. Discomfited, I sink onto the bed and take a sip of tea.
22. RMC, somewhat discomfited, shortly after its purchase by the Mexicans nevertheless praises their approach.
23. It was plain that the two great detectives were discomfited by each other's presence.
24. Her remark that she could always have stayed home and made cookies has discomfited Republicans, not least Barbara
25. Her brief, elliptical poems, most written in the 1850s and 1860s, sorely discomfited some but greatly delighted others.
26. And he sent out arrows and scattered them ; lightning and discomfited them.
27. Very often, to protect one dissident, one disbeliever, the majority may be discomfited; it is the price the Founding Fathers declared themselves willing to pay for religious freedom.
28. Watching “Chasing Amy”, we accept that a repressed man could be discomfited by his girlfriend's bisexuality.
29. Yea, he sent out his arrows and scattered and he shot out lightnings and discomfited them.
30. She sank into the proffered chair, glaring at the discomfited fat captain, and gave her name.
More similar words: discomfiturediscomfortdiscontenteddiscodiscorddiscolordiscoursediscoverdiscountdiscoverydiscouragediscontentdiscourageddisconnectdiscovereddiscourtesydisconcertdiscordantdiscomposurerediscoverydiscontinuediscourteousdiscontinueddiscount ratedisconsolatedisconcertingdiscouragementdiscontinuancean apple of discorddiscontentment
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