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Examples of usage:

After that he watched him disturb his own footmarks and those of the policeman in the neighborhood of the doorway. - "The Law-Breakers", Ridgwell Cullum.

At first, stir the soil deep; but, as the roots extend, avoid working among them, and never disturb the roots with a plow. - "Soil Culture", J. H. Walden.

Rupert and Olivia lived rather a lonely life at the Abbey, but being very much in love, this did not disturb them: in fact it was rather a pleasure. - "The Mandarin's Fan", Fergus Hume.

Similar words:

disturbed, distort, disturbing, distaff, distant, distend, distrust, self-disgust, self-distrust.

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