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unsettled

[¦ən′sed·əld]
(meteorology)
Pertaining to fair weather which may at any time become rainy, cloudy, or stormy.
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But that's what people try to do, they try to unsettle you."
Fast's multiple layers unsettle the veracity of the documentary genre, but he edits footage in a way that manifests the experience of dispossession: A Berlin tram can be heard before it appears on the screen that the grandmother inhabits--that is, before it takes over her story.
"Since more than half of this swing is likely to be absorbed by the US, there is a risk that internal political pressures in the US for greater protectionism will unsettle trading relations and increase friction," he warns.
ANDY Thorn has fired off a blast to Middlesbrough after accusing the club of trying to unsettle Lukas Jutkiewicz.
Taylor said: ``This may come surprise people but I do have a degree of sympathy for Alpay because, if I went to the World Cup at the age of 29 and was voted in the top 16, then I would have been susceptible to what everybody was telling me, but all they did was unsettle him.''
Democracy has to unsettle society to much deeper levels.