Meaning of unsettle
Pronunciation: (un-set'l), [key]
— v., -tled, -tling.
- to alter from a settled state; cause to be no longer firmly fixed or established; render unstable; disturb: Violence unsettled the government.
- to shake or weaken (beliefs, feelings, etc.); cause doubt or uncertainty about: doubts unsettling his religious convictions.
- to vex or agitate the mind or emotions of; upset; discompose: The quarrel unsettled her.
- to become unfixed or disordered.
- unsettle (Thesaurus)