What is another word for discompose?

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[ dɪskˈɒmpə͡ʊz], [ dɪskˈɒmpə‍ʊz], [ d_ɪ_s_k_ˈɒ_m_p_əʊ_z]

Discompose is a word used to describe a state of physical and emotional disturbance. Its synonyms include disconcert, unsettle, perturb, and agitate. Disconcert means to make someone feel uncomfortable or confused, while unsettle means to disturb or upset someone's mental or emotional balance. Perturb suggests a feeling of disturbance, annoyance or agitation. Agitate means to make someone feel worried or anxious. Other synonyms for discompose include fluster, ruffle, and disturb. These words all evoke a sense of discomfort or unease, indicating that something has caused a disruption to our usual state of being.

Related words: decomposing, disassembly

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    How to use "Discompose" in context?

    Discompose is a verb meaning to break or defeat orderly arrangement. Something can be discomposited by physical force, such as throwing it against a wall, or by emotional force, such as anger.

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