- v. present participle of discomfit.
“Some readers may object to the idea of discomfiting the soldier or embarrassing the creditor.”
“I suspect the real reason for the outrage over body scanners and pat-downs is that the majority of Americans are finally experiencing the kind of discomfiting scrutiny that has long been routine for those who are repeatedly profiled and humiliated.”
“Well then of course they have "discomfiting" fears.”
“We stand by that: It's kind of discomfiting to hear adults talk so seriously about the sporting exploits of 11 - and 12-year-olds.”
“discomfiting' songs like 'Through With Buzz' and 'Change of the Guard' off the ballot.”
“Often the result has been to create a discomfiting aura that makes the show difficult for theater-goers who just want to have a good time are there any of those any more?”
“But even many of Mr. Hobsbawm's admirers find his slippery defenses of communism discomfiting.”
“For gold bugs used to vilifying central bankers, it must be discomfiting to rely on them for support.”
“That * could* be comforting, but in truth is more discomfiting: what DO we do when nothing else is working?”
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