Synonyms for Discomposure:


pain, abashment, embarrassment. aggravation (noun)
enragement, arousal, aggravation, annoyance, bedevilment, provocation, exasperation, inflammation, trouble, virulence, disturbance, pique, perturbation, petulance, irritation, bother, resentment, indignation, vexation, ire, torment, harassment, scorn, exacerbation.
agitation (noun)
discomfiture, confusion, disorder, perturbation, embarrassment, uneasiness, abashment.
discomfiture (noun)
disconcertion, disconcertment.
discomposure (noun)
disconcertment, discomfiture, disconcertion.
discontentment (noun)
discomfort, anxiety, angst, anguish, boredom, misery, disgruntlement, dissatisfaction, unhappiness, non-satisfaction, despondence, joylessness, gloominess, inquietude, frustration, cheerlessness, sourness, disquiet, wretchedness, ennui, uneasiness, displeasure, uncomfortableness, discontent.
disorder (noun)
disconnectedness, insanity, lawlessness, disarrangement, messiness, anarchy, indistinctness, commotion, amorphousness, inconsistency, turmoil, looseness, anarchism, fuzziness, inexactness, irregularity, muddlement, entropy, disintegration, laxity, unevenness, disorder, disarray, inchoateness, disorderliness, indefiniteness, tumult, chaos, shapelessness, clutter, deformity, derangement, confusion, frenzy, disorganization, obscurity, incoherence, formlessness, dishevel, mess.
disturbance (noun)

Other synonyms:

abashment, embarrassment. Other relevant words:
discomfiture, agitation, disconcertion, embarrassment, disconcertment, pain, abashment.

Usage examples for discomposure

  1. To this Brutus, in great discomposure replied, " Why then, Casca, do you ask me about it, and not do yourselves what you think fitting?" – Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans by Clough, Arthur Hugh
  2. This was all the evidence he showed of discomposure – I Saw Three Ships and Other Winter Tales by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch