disturb

disturb

disturbs

disturbed

disturbed

disturbing

Verb
move deeply
  • "A troubling thought"
  • "Some scenes in the film are violent and may disturb younger viewers"

Synonymer

  • "I read the book but was very disturbed by the sexual descriptions"
  • "I'm sorry to disturb you so late"
  • "He saw that the writing-paper on his desk had been disturbed, but nothing had been taken"

Synonymer

  • "I hope this doesn't disturb you too much"
damage as if by shaking or jarring
  • "Don't disturb the patient's wounds by moving him too rapidly!"