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Spell check of upsetting

Correct spelling:

causing an emotional disturbance; " his disconcerting habit of greeting friends ferociously and strangers charmingly"- Herb Caen; " an upsetting experience"

revolutionary (adjective)
rebellious, restructuring, revolutionary, upheaving, mutinous.
deranging (verb)
tampering, confounding, jumbling, deranging, displacing, scrambling, capsizing, agitating, mislaying, fermenting, mixing up, tumbling, convulsing, mussing, rumpling, hashing, botching, cluttering, roughening, roiling, disheveling, whipping, blurring, discomposing, scattering, misplacing, perturbing, muddling, disorganizing, dislocating, confusing, meddling, disordering, messing, whisking, disturbing, tousling, rippling, rummaging, swirling, tossing, churning, disarranging, ruffling, troubling.
aggravating (verb)
irking, infuriating, bedeviling, fretting, vexing, exasperating, annoying, nagging, antagonizing, discomposing, badgering, peeving, grating, baiting, enraging, hassling, tormenting, aggravating, arousing, pestering, needling, teasing, rankling, envenoming, inflaming, irritating, troubling, perturbing, exacerbating, harassing, chafing, harrying, disturbing, bothering.
aggravating (adjective)
teasing, antagonizing, annoying, inflaming, disturbing, tormenting, harassing, irksome, perturbing, vexing, rankling, bedeviling, pestering, grating, bothersome, irritating, aggravating, exasperating, exacerbating, troublesome, infuriating, enraging.
revolting (verb)
revolting, rebelling, overthrowing, mutinying, shaking up, overturning, restructuring.
agitating (verb)
jarring, troubling, quaking, perturbing, stirring, palpitating, quivering, shaking, shivering, quavering, twitching, flustering, jolting, churning, disquieting, agitating, shuddering.
inverting (verb)
upending, overturning, capsizing, reversing, changing, upturning, inverting, transposing.
Other synonyms:
disconcerting, displeasing.
Common misspellings:
  1. upseting (88%)
  2. uppsetting (3%)
  3. upssetting (2%)
  4. upsettin (1%)
  5. upseeting (1%)
  6. ponient (1%)
  7. upsettings (1%)
Examples of usage:
  1. " These emotions have been very upsetting, naturally," he said.
    - - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  2. She seemed in continual danger either of upsetting or of running on shore.
    - - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf. - "Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists", Washington Irving.
  3. But if so, who could it be who was upsetting her?
    - - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf. - "Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists", Washington Irving. - "The Devil's Garden", W. B. Maxwell.
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