disquiet[ dis-kwahy-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF disquiet
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At the time, these new views and the tone of our talk helped to disquiet me.
To keep silence during the telling deepens the disquiet curiously.
But, somehow, to his disquiet Fyles now realized that there was no further encroachment.
This disquiet, however, lingered about him, and would yield to nothing.
The message was curt, and even cold, but it brought her no disquiet.
Violet Granger was leagues away, and a touch of romance could not disquiet or hurt her.
Yet, conscious that he had said nothing that was wrong, he felt no disquiet.
There was no shadow of disquiet in the minds of any of them.
Our quaint old city has been in a disquiet mood for several weeks.
When he raised his head, his eyes were wet; but there was anxiety and disquiet in his whole being.