disquieted[ dis-kwahy-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF disquieted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISQUIETED
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."
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISQUIETED
- all nerves
- ill at ease
- in turmoil
- on edge
- on the qui vive
- all torn up
- broken up
- bummed out
- come apart
- in disarray
- psyched out
- shook up
- tipped over