Definition of Distuning

1. Verb. (present participle of distune) ¹



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Definition of Distuning

1. distune [v] - See also: distune

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Distuning

distroubling
distrust
distrusted
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distrusters
distrustful
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distrusting
distrustingly
distrustless
distrusts
distune
distuned
distunes
distuning (current term)
disturb
disturbability
disturbance
disturbance of the peace
disturbance regime
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disturbed area
disturbed condition
disturber
disturbers

Literary usage of Distuning

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1. Birds and Man by William Henry Hudson (1920)
"It needed a long walk on the downs to get myself once more in tune with the outdoor world after that distuning experience ; but just before quitting the ..."

2. A Treatise on the principles and practice of medicine: Designed for the Use by Austin Flint (1868)
"The passage of food and drink causes pain, excites spasms of the glottis, thus occasioning distuning ..."

3. Catalogue of the Described Diptera of North America by Carl Robert Osten-Sacken (1862)
"The form of the cos» is of the greatest importance in distuning the families, At Ute outer extremity of the anterior cox» is seen in some families an ..."

4. The General Laws of the State of California: From 1850 to 1864, Inclusive by California, United States (1872)
"Every person who shall wilfully disquiet or disturb any congrega-distuning tion or assembly of people, met for religions worship, by making a noise, ..."

5. Mary Magdalen's Funeral Tears: The Triumphs Over Death; and An Epistle of by Robert Southwell (1822)
"... nor letteth it too low, for fear of distuning; so God, saith St. Chrysostom, will keep a mean, neither suffering us to be carelessly secure, ..."

6. Here and Beyond: Or, The New Man, the True Man by Hugh Smith Carpenter (1859)
"In mutilation of any true doctrine, there is a fracture of all truth, as surely as there is a distuning of a musical instrument in breaking one of its ..."

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