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discompose, v. 1. disarrange, disorder, unsettle, disturb, upset, confuse, disorganize, derange; unhinge, throw into confusion or chaos, disarray, dishevel, tousle, rumple, Inf. muss up; mix up, muddle, jumble, mess up.
2. disturb, agitate, ruffle, discomfit, disconcert, disquiet; chagrin, perturb, vex, irritate, nettle; confound, fluster, rattle, flurry, unbalance, disorient; abash, embarrass, nonplus; daunt, dishearten.

discomposure, n. 1. disorder, disarray, confusion, dishevelment, disorganization, derangement; chaos, jumble, tangle, mess, Inf. muss; dislocation, misplacement.
2. agitation, flurry, fluster, disorientation; chagrin, perturbation, irritation, vexation; anxiety, worry, uneasiness, malaise, disquiet, disquietude, discontent, inquietude, restlessness; embarrassment, humiliation, mortification.

disconcert, v. 1. discompose, discomfit, abash; unsettle, agitate, disquiet, perturb, ruffle, rattle, fluster, Inf. bowl over; trouble, upset, annoy, worry, Inf shake up; confound, confuse, nonplus, bewilder, demoralize, perplex, baffle, puzzle; daunt, Inf. faze, Inf. throw off balance, Inf throw for a loss.
2. disarrange, confuse, disorder, unhinge, upset,
Inf discombobulate; frustrate, foil, spoil, ruin, thwart, hinder; undo, undermine, deflate, Inf take the wind out of one's sails, SI. throw out of whack or kilter.

disconcerted, adj. confused, confounded, perplexed, bewildered, taken aback, nonplused; abashed, discomfited, out of countenance, embarrassed, mortified; unhinged, disorganized, ruffled, rattled, SI. shook up, SI. shook, Inf. discombobulated, caught off balance, flustered, Inf in a dither, Inf in a tizzy; uneasy, ill-at-ease, uncomfortable, discomposed, disquieted, anxious, upset, disturbed, perturbed, vexed, put out.

disconnect, v. 1. sever, break or cut off, abscind, dissever; break, sunder, rend, tear apart, divide, split, cleave, rive; separate, part, break up, dissolve, split up.
2. interrupt, discontinue, suspend; halt, stop, quit, cease.
3. detach, unfasten, undo, unhook, unlink, unhinge, uncouple, disengage; unfix, unhitch, disjoin, disunite, take apart; disentangle, loosen, loose, free; dissociate, remove from, abstract, cut off, isolate, segregate.

disconnection, n. 1. severence, cut-off, disseverance, disseverment, disseveration; division, Archaic. divide, partition, part, split, cleave; breaking up or off, parting, separation, split-up, divorce.
2. discontinuity, gap, break, hiatus, disruption, interruption, discontinuation, suspension; halt, stop, stoppage, cessation, cease; breach, rent, schism, rift; opening, fissure, slit, cleft, chink, crack, fracture, flaw.
3. detachment, disengagement, dissociation, abstraction, cutting off, segregation, isolation; disunion, disjunction, disjointedness, incoherence, unrelation, unrelatedness.

disconsolate, adj. 1. inconsolable, heartbroken, forlorn, grief-stricken, comfortless, wretched, miserable; sad, unhappy, woeful, heavy-hearted, dispirited, low-spirited; depressed, dejected, despondent, melancholy, woebegone, discouraged, downcast; blue, Si. down, down in the mouth, in or down in the dumps.

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