countenance, out of Old form(s): countenaunce
into a disconcerted state
AC II.ii.182[Enobarbus to Maecenas] we did sleep day out of countenance [i.e. upset day by sleeping through it]
LLL V.ii.604[Holofernes to Berowne] I will not be put out of countenance
LLL V.ii.618[Holofernes to Berowne] You have put me out of countenance
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