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discomposure

Syllabification: dis·com·po·sure
Pronunciation: /ˌdiskəmˈpōZHər
 
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Definition of discomposure in English:

noun

The state or feeling of being disturbed or agitated; agitation: he made the admission without the slightest discomposure
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  • ‘Thank you,’ Hale sputtered in his own discomposure.
  • Manda felt her face flushed at her discomposure.
  • Reymus watched William leave with a concerned gaze and his pale, silver-blue eyes shone with the slightest bit of discomposure.
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