- v. Simple past tense and past participle of discomfort.
“And he is discomforted at every turn, by dysfunctional journalists.”
“As a delighted Fallon watches me ask a mildly discomforted Stier to discuss the jockey's comments, the Australian apologises and says he can't speak in public.”
“Barthes found himself profoundly discomforted; he knew he was in the presence of a certain way of reading that was prevalent in society, exploited ruthlessly by the media, but false, unethical and plain wrong.”
“We all remember how the army was sent into Toronto when the mayor felt that citizens were being discomforted by a snowstorm.”
“China's quotas, which have been tightened several years in a row but especially so in 2010, have discomforted governments fearful that Beijing could use industry dominance as a trade weapon.”
“And discomforted brown bears amble towards the woods.”
“And on Thursday, Shanghai authorities appeared to take preventive action to address how rising operating costs have discomforted a traditional source of public grumbling: taxi drivers.”
“Although many Singaporeans are "discomforted seeing about one million foreign workers in our total population of 5.1 million," many of those workers do the construction and heavy work needed to keep Singapore's economy humming.”
“But our people feel discomforted seeing about one million foreign workers in our total population of 5.1 million.”
“City may even find that United are much more discomforted by slumming it in the Europa League than they are but, with Chelsea and Arsenal coming up in quick succession in the Premier League, Mancini is keen to shelve thoughts of Europe for the time being and concentrate on staying at the top of the table.”
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