- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unnerve.
- adj. deprived of courage and strength
“When I saw the article in the Scene, the title unnerved me, "Manburner.”
“And we remain unnerved by female ambition, accomplishment and authority.”
“No wonder a word unnerved me; but I could not tell Mr. Hamilton this.”
“** Steevee, Yeah, my sickness feels so close to the same today too that I'm kind of unnerved, which is no help.”
“She gazed directly at Cranmer with an expression that unnerved him.”
“Piven admits to being "unnerved" by this recent wave of blog attacks and death threats triggered by Beck's incendiary rhetoric.”
“Iranaputra didn't know about the others, but he personally found the notion that the gargantuan Drex warship could be "unnerved" highly disturbing.”
“According to Mashaal, the hit is proof of Israel being "unnerved", since "it couldn't cope with the Palestinian resistance activists in the Gaza Strip battlefield.”
“Sir Liam said clinicans had been 'unnerved' by the speed and severity of the deterioration in some patients with swine flu and they are 'getting into a life and death situation very early'.”
“So it kind of unnerved me a bit to hear that I was now entering a period of several years of difficulties.”
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