What does the word inquietude mean?

    Part of speech: noun

  • A state of restlessness; disquietude.

Usage examples for inquietude

  1. Had, or had not, Sir Clement Willoughby any share in causing your inquietude?" – The Worlds Greatest Books Vol. II: Fiction by Arthur Mee, J. A. Hammerton, Eds.
  2. Really, the flutter was a genuine stirring of her heart with inquietude, timidity and semi- repentance; but Mae couldn't say this, and it's only what one says out that can be reckoned on in this world. – Mae Madden by Mary Murdoch Mason
  3. Thord assented,- but a sudden sense of inquietude stirred in him as he saw that Lotys had half risen, that her lips quivered, and that great tears stood in her eyes. – Temporal Power by Marie Corelli