disquieting

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Losing a million a minute, even in sleep, he thought, was disquieting.

It is most disquieting at times, the things Eleanore tells me about myself.

He had seen them before imperfectly in the disquieting dreams.

The fact was not surprising, but the remark was disquieting.

These disquieting developments had been watched with anxiety in London.

It was a disquieting letter, though the opening was affectionate and sane.

It is disquieting to fulfil a prophecy, however superficially.

To a kinsman of Sunderland's this was disquieting news, indeed.

These tears and this sorrow were for him a profound and disquieting mystery.

The mysterious silence maintained by the enemy was disquieting.

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