- v.使为难( discomfit的过去式和过去分词); 使狼狈; 使挫折; 挫败;
The opposition leader has regularly discomfited him in parliament.
Will wanted to do likewise, but felt too discomfited.
He was discomfited by the unexpected questions.
She sank into the proffered chair, glaring at the discomfited fat captain, and gave her name.
她在挪过来的椅子坐下, 瞪着眼睛看着显得很尴尬的胖队长, 报了自己名字.
If you are discomfited by this preoccupation, then you have an alcohol problem.
What an ass I am, he thought, somewhat discomfited.
Discomfited, I sink onto the bed and take a sip of tea.
And he sent out arrows and scattered them ; lightning and discomfited them.
15他射出箭来,使 仇敌 四散,发出闪电,使他们扰乱.
The invading army discomfited in every battle.
Yea, he sent out his arrows and scattered and he shot out lightnings and discomfited them.
Poor Danglars looked so crest - fallen and discomfited that Monte Cristo assumed a pitying air towards him.
1. people who are defeated;
"the Romans had no pity for the defeated"
1. disappointingly unsuccessful;
"disappointed expectations and thwarted ambitions"
"their foiled attempt to capture Calais"
"many frustrated poets end as pipe-smoking teachers"
"his best efforts were thwarted"
2. caused to feel self-conscious and uncomfortable;
"was discomfited by the personal questions"
"the child felt embarrassed by the attention of the adults"