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Perturbing   /pərtˈərbɪŋ/   Listen
Perturbing

adjective
1.
Causing distress or worry or anxiety.  Synonyms: distressful, distressing, disturbing, troubling, worrisome, worrying.  "Lived in heroic if something distressful isolation" , "A disturbing amount of crime" , "A revelation that was most perturbing" , "A new and troubling thought" , "In a particularly worrisome predicament" , "A worrying situation" , "A worrying time"






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"Perturbing" Quotes from Famous Books



... What is the nature of that death which he desires? Death is the separation of soul and body—and the philosopher desires such a separation. He would like to be freed from the dominion of bodily pleasures and of the senses, which are always perturbing his mental vision. He wants to get rid of eyes and ears, and with the light of the mind only to behold the light of truth. All the evils and impurities and necessities of men come from the body. And death separates him from these corruptions, which in life he cannot wholly lay aside. ...
— Phaedo - The Last Hours Of Socrates • Plato



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