The transition is disconcerting since there are no other cuts of this sort in the picture.
There is another vital difference, and one that is disconcerting to authorities watching the situation.
There is no politician in America as adept at disconcerting the elites as Sarah Palin.
But some of the Kurds maintain a disconcerting confidence—one now strengthened by the U.S. airstrikes.
This can be disconcerting if you believe an artist paints with his brains, not with his hands.
What desperate step might follow this disconcerting of her cherished plan?
"I advise you to do so, monsieur," was the disconcerting reply.
It is these disconcerting surprises which try one's spirit more than anything else.
Esther did not seem to him a disturbing force, only a disconcerting one.
Such a transformation can be conceived as almost unlimited in its humorous and disconcerting possibilities.