Synonyms for Upset:
jittery, unquiet, quavering, feverish, palpitating, trembling, quaking, uneasy, perturbed, shivering, troubled, disquieted, shaken, wobbling, convulsive, erratic, writhing, twitchy, jumpy, skittish, twitching, agitated, shaking, nervous, Jarred, fluttered, spastic, shuddering, restless, distraught, quivering, Churned, disturbed, jerky.
•disturbed, bothered (adjective)
disordered, amazed, shocked, unsettled, jumpy, confused, ruffled, Capsized, jittery, Tumbled, shook up, agitated, disquieted, overturned, troubled.
n.shut off, squeeze out, hold back, interfere with, suppress, kill off, stamp out. erect, desolation, remorse, sorrow, misery, disappointment, regret, stand, keel over, tilt, topple, depression, grief, overbalance, sadness. complaint, illness, epidemic, ailment, sickness, contagion, condition, infection, overpower, defeat, disease, conquer, outplay. cross, displeased, angry, move, horizontal, belligerent, fed up. overcome, smash, beat, knock out, win, crush, thrash. discourage, upside down, prevent, knock something on the head, avert, obstruct, avoid, stop, get in the way of something, prohibit, squash. double, romp, record, winning streak, thrashing, walkover, triumph, victory. smash into, slam, ram, run over, HIT, bump, collide, strike, crash. •disconcerted (noun)
shocked, amazed, unsettled.
complaint, overthrow, illness, bother, worry, disquiet, defeat, reverse, trouble, distress, hassle, disorder, sickness.
revolution, Overturning, restructuring, uprising, rebellion, upheaval.
bother, nag, envenom, bait, disturb, infuriate, enrage, irritate, trouble, harass, vex, antagonize, fret, needle, annoy, badger, peeve, tease, chafe, hassle, irk, aggravate, grate, discompose, pester, rankle, inflame, harry, exasperate, arouse, exacerbate, perturb, torment, bedevil.
enraged, Baited, inflamed, discomposed, harassed, vexed, harried, Badgered, exacerbated, pestered, needled, aroused, peeved, Envenomed, annoyed, chafed, Grated, irked, exasperated, tormented, Antagonized, aggravated, perturbed, fretted, Rankled, hassled, troubled, teased, irritated, bothered, infuriated, Nagged, bedeviled, disturbed.
fluster, churn, quiver, shiver, palpitate, disquiet, quaver, shudder, jolt, stir, twitch, agitate, jar, quake, shake.
shook, Shivered, Palpitated, Twitched, flustered, stirred, jolted, Quivered, Shuddered, Quaked, Quavered.
•bother, trouble (verb)
agitate, discompose, confound, ruffle, dismay, rattle, fluster, perturb.
conquer, overpower, win, overcome, beat, outplay.
disarrange, scatter, tumble, dislocate, roil, botch, derange, whisk, scramble, confound, swirl, meddle, rumple, misplace, ripple, hash, tousle, confuse, clutter, dishevel, muddle, ferment, roughen, rummage, disorganize, mislay, tamper, blur, ruffle, convulse, capsize, toss, displace, mix up, jumble, whip, muss, mess, disorder.
dislocated, confused, Messed, Whisked, Capsized, disheveled, scrambled, disarranged, roughened, Hashed, ruffled, Tumbled, Meddled, rippled, tousled, roiled, scattered, disorganized, blurred, Tampered, rumpled, fermented, Displaced, misplaced, disordered, deranged, Swirled, Mussed, botched, Whipped, Rummaged, Convulsed, confounded, Tossed, mislaid, cluttered, mixed up muddled, jumbled.
•disorder; knock over (verb)
disorganize, mix up, derange, mess up, upend, jumble, tilt, unsettle, overturn, upturn, muddle, disarray, keel over, change, rummage, disturb, topple, capsize, tumble, invert.
overturn, reverse, change, upturn, upend, invert, transpose.
overturned, reversed, changed, upturned, upended, inverted, transposed.
overthrow, restructure, rebel, mutiny, revolt.
overthrown, Overthrew, Mutinied, shook up, Rebelled, shaken up, Revolted, restructured.
hang over, victory, displeased, fed up, winning streak, depress, devastate, walkover, dismay. worry, angry, overbalance, belligerent, unsettle, knock out, upside down, disrupt, thrashing, topple. romp, defeat, wound. rattle, distress, win. move. rock. record. double. •confuse
•Other relevant words:
defeat, unsettle, distress, worry, agitated, disrupt, crush, shocked, unsettled, keel over, overcome.