disturbant


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disturbant

(dɪˈstɜːbənt)
adj
having a disturbing effect, disquieting
n
a person who disturbs
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126) calls the "extension of productive derivational principles beyond their conventional boundaries," can be seen in a large number of words, including the approximate or invented verbs intersectioning, resoluting, satisfactionate, securiting and successing; the nouns analytism, assimilisation, chemics, competensity, controversiality, governmentality, interventing, methodics, militarians and paradigma; and the non-standard adjectives and adverbs deliminated, devaluarised, disturbant, emperious, femininised, homogenic, intentiously, methodologic, nationalisised, proletariatic, quitely, strategical and theoretitised.
Archbishop Caruana gave no disturbant interviews to the press since he went into Mexico.