disquiet

Part of speech: verb

To make uneasy; harass; disturb.

Part of speech: noun

Restlessness; uneasiness. disquietude.

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Usage examples "disquiet":

  1. And she was not without disquiet. - "The Heart of Unaga", Ridgwell Cullum.
  2. During those years of political unrest and of growing mental disquiet, his chief solace was, as I have said, to compose songs for Thomson's Collection, into which he poured a continual supply. - "Robert Burns", Principal Shairp.
  3. Mr. Arnot's mysterious action, and the fact that he was out at that early hour, added to the disquiet of mind which the events of the preceding night had created. - "A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century", E. P. Roe.