Househunting, under these circumstances, becomes an office of constant surprise and disconcertment to the stranger.
He could not but look at her with disconcertment, as she sat breathing bitterness and scorn, and staring leagues away.
They waited, heavy-breathed, while Harrigan began to recover from the disconcertment into which O'Mara's coming had flung him.
disconcert 1680s, from M.Fr. disconcerter "confused," from dis- "do the opposite of" + concerter (see concert). Related: Disconcerted; disconcerting; disconcertingly.