Definition of unnerve in English:

unnerve

Line breaks: un|nerve
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈnəːv
 
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verb

[with object]

Derivatives

unnervingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • With a seat in the cabinet at the age of 36 (the youngest woman to achieve such a position), an unnervingly quick mind for figures and a reputation for self-assured flair in all of her jobs, Kelly could make anyone feel like an underachiever.
  • They were both handsome men, but Grandpa's brother looked VERY MUCH like one of my friend's from high school… unnervingly so… and let me tell you, my friend's last name was not Bull!
  • They seem archetypically familiar, but are unnervingly modern, with ironic and nostalgic nods to Gothic fairy tales, '50s iconography, and classic mythology.

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