What is disturb?

  • (verb): Move deeply.
    Synonyms: upset, trouble
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on disturb:

Do Not Disturb (song) - Track Listings
7" single NANA9 "Do Not Disturb" 323 "Ghost" 403 12" single NANX9 "Do Not Disturb" (12" Version) 608 "Do Not Disturb" (Dub) 343 "Ghost" 403 2nd 12" single NANAM9 "Do Not Disturb" (12 ...
Do Not Disturb (song)
... "Do Not Disturb" is a song recorded by English girl group Bananarama ... "Do Not Disturb" was released in the UK, Australia, Germany and Japan but only charted in the UK ... Except 'Do Not Disturb' which Swain and Jolley wrote and which we don't think is very good ...
Don't Disturb This Groove (song) - Track Listing
7" Vinyl (US) "Don't Disturb This Groove" (Edit of Remix) (345) "Modern Girl" (440) 12" Vinyl (US) "Don't Disturb This Groove" (Vocal/Remix) (532) "Don't Disturb This Groove ...
The System (band) - Legacy
... In 1997, samples of the single "Don't Disturb This Groove" are used in the track "Lost Souls" by the group, Outlawz ... an interpolation of the System's "You are in my system" and in 2011 "Don't Disturb This Groove" is featured in the Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan buddy ...
Dn D – Do Not Disturb (Telecommunication)
... The Do Not Disturb or (DND) function on most PBX or PABX systems prevents calls from ringing on an extension for which DND is activated ... Some Do Not Disturb (DND) attributes include directing the call to a preassigned extension (like a secretary or assistant), busy signal, DND signal, or ...

More definitions of "disturb":

  • (verb): Damage as if by shaking or jarring.
    Example: "Don't disturb the patient's wounds by moving him too rapidly!"
  • (verb): Destroy the peace or tranquility of.
    Synonyms: interrupt
  • (verb): Tamper with.
    Synonyms: touch

Famous quotes containing the word disturb:

    Beautiful women seldom want to act. They are afraid of emotion and they do not try to extract anything from a character that they are portraying, because in expressing emotion they may encourage crow’s feet and laughing wrinkles. They avoid anything that will disturb their placidity of countenance, for placidity of countenance insures a smooth skin.
    Laurette Taylor (1887–1946)

    It required some rudeness to disturb with our boat the mirror-like surface of the water, in which every twig and blade of grass was so faithfully reflected; too faithfully indeed for art to imitate, for only Nature may exaggerate herself.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Oh! what a poor thing is human life in its best enjoyments!—subjected to imaginary evils when it has no real ones to disturb it! and that can be made as effectually unhappy by its apprehensions of remote contingencies as if it was struggling with the pains of a present distress!
    Samuel Richardson (1689–1761)