Unnerving – meaning of the word and example

If you describe something as unnerving, you mean that it makes you feel worried or uncomfortable. (Collins Dictionary)

Making someone feel less confident and slightly frightened. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To make someone feel less confident and slightly frightened. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To deprive of courage, strength, or steadiness. (Merriam – Webster)

Example

Stephen King’s It is creepy and unnerving, and an effective psychological horror.

https://simonc.me.uk/stephen-kings-it-is-creepy-and-unnerving-and-an-effective-psychological-horror-b238c4e80efa

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