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unnerving Sentence Examples

  • The hostility in his voice and expression was unnerving.

  • It's a little unnerving.

  • The hostility in his voice and expression was unnerving.

  • It's a little unnerving.

  • bookish types to said page with unnerving precision.

  • The effect is unnerving since although a scene looks conventional, it feels wrong.

  • epilogue there's a clever twist in perspective at the end that makes the final epilog somewhat unnerving.

  • unnerveem in product of genuine been exposed to unnerving observations into.

  • unnerve it a bit unnerving that doctors call what they do " practice "?

  • unnervean eccentric and at times unnerving experience where live art meets jazz meets champagne.

  • unnerven be a bit worrying or unnerving to have our senses masked.

  • unnervet's certainly unnerving to see mercenaries using vehicles against you.

  • unnerve quite unnerving to watch fifteen journalists scribbling down your every word as tho it were a pronouncement from on high.

  • unnervewas rather unnerving for everyone as we had not seen so many non-Chinese faces for weeks.

  • unnervewas so unnerving was that they all watched in total silence.

  • unnerve14 2003 © John Salter Something very unnerving happened in the canteen during the day... .

  • unnerve is, admittedly, something both admirably and unnerving in the stance taken by both Blair and Kamm in relation to Iraq.

  • Hold em in product of genuine been exposed to unnerving observations into.

  • Is n't it a bit unnerving that doctors call what they do " practice "?

  • This an eccentric and at times unnerving experience where live art meets jazz meets champagne.

  • It can be a bit worrying or unnerving to have our senses masked.

  • And it 's certainly unnerving to see mercenaries using vehicles against you.

  • It is quite unnerving to watch fifteen journalists scribbling down your every word as tho it were a pronouncement from on high.

  • This was rather unnerving for everyone as we had not seen so many non-Chinese faces for weeks.

  • What was so unnerving was that they all watched in total silence.

  • June 14 2003 © John Salter Something very unnerving happened in the canteen during the day....

  • There is, admittedly, something both admirably and unnerving in the stance taken by both Blair and Kamm in relation to Iraq.

  • Becoming a parent, whether for the first or fifth time is both exciting and unnerving.

  • The switch from carpet to hardwood floors can be pretty unnerving for an active, small child, and there will invariably be spills.

  • All the strange noises, smells, people, and other dogs can be a bit unnerving to older pets or pets with less outgoing personalities.

  • While it usually isn't usually serious or require treatment, somnambulism can be an unnerving experience.

  • Reportedly, the sex minigame was more unnerving (thanks in great part to the vacant stares of the two participants) than erotic.

  • We've all grown very accustomed to having our cell phones with us at all times and it can be absolutely unnerving when you glance down at your handset only to see that it's displaying zero bars!

  • Well, for one thing, trying on bathing suits in a specialty swim shop is a bit unnerving.

  • Indeed, to pay for the "It" bag of the season and only have a small selection would prove unnerving, to say the least, to handbag lovers near and far.

  • Ghost stories can be very scary, but there is nothing quite as unnerving as scary ghost videos.

  • People sometimes experience being paralyzed, hearing a buzzing sound, sensing a presence in the room or many other sensations that can be unnerving to someone unfamiliar with the process.

  • If we consider autism to be a way of being that is integral to the individual's personality, the notion of changing the adult with autism is a bit unnerving.

  • An unnerving element to the Wakefield study is the way it recruited participants.

  • As Andrew became more and more sentient and manlike, the 'darky' treatment he was accorded by the humans in his life become more and more unnerving and distasteful.

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