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Bauh, who was disquieted by this sight, resolved to ask him what he could do to serve him.

One of them was disquieted by the growth of the German Navy.

I often observed him thoughtful, with a wild and disquieted look.

Why are females so often restless and disquieted at their own abode?

Which left her surprised and silent but not at all disquieted.

I am induced to think they are disquieted by the sudden diminution of light.

He found also a disquieted Sylvia, who looked at him with brooding and a question in her eyes.

She could not have told herself exactly what it was that disquieted her.

He is mad; and we are as mad as he, if we suffer ourselves to be disquieted by his antics.

The tumult that fills their lives is madness; "only for a breath are they disquieted."

WORD ORIGIN

1520s, from dis- + quiet. Related: Disquieted; disquieting. As a noun, from 1570s.

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