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Correct spelling: disturb

Definition of disturb:

  1. To disarrange.
  2. To stir from a state of rest or tranquillity; to move or agitate; to trouble or render uneasy; to move from any regular course; to cause to deviate; to be a hindrance to.

Common misspellings for disturb:

disterb, distrube, desturb, dissturb, distrub, disturbe, distab, desturbe.


Google Ngram Viewer results for disturb:

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Examples of usage for disturb:

  1. Or, if they thought that might disturb him, she would not come back at all; she would be content to hear, from time to time, how the fever was going on, if she might be permitted to call and ask the people below. – Prince Fortunatus by William Black
  2. I think, if I were you, I would try to sleep for an hour or two; and I'll go into the other room so as not to disturb you. – Prince Fortunatus by William Black
  3. I am going to sit up a little while to read, but I shall not disturb you." – Prince Fortunatus by William Black

Rhymes for disturb:

  1. blurb, curb, herb, kerb, serb, verb, erb, erbe;
  2. perturb, superb, reverb;