transitive verbun·set·tled, un·set·tling, un·set·tles
- To change from a settled condition; disrupt: Strikes unsettled the economy.
- To make uneasy; disturb: We were unsettled by the gruesome news.
(third-person singular simple present unsettles, present participle unsettling, simple past and past participle unsettled)
un- +"Ž settle