inquietude

[ in-kwahy-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF inquietude
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Then long hour followed long hour, but the inquietude of her mood did not abate.

Happy should I be if I could remove the cause of your inquietude!

A doubt of her regard, supposing him to feel it, need not give him more than inquietude.

Nature offers me nothing that may not be a matter of doubt and inquietude.

Her eyes had a singular expression of inquietude, of sadness.

The season of love and incubation is, therefore, a time of fasting and inquietude.

Yet I was not able to tell from whence proceeded my Inquietude.

Inquietude for my own safety was, for a moment, suspended by sympathy with your distress.

Her doubts of the nature of what she had to apprehend, were as full of perplexity as of inquietude.

She rose, with a trace of inquietude beneath her calm hauteur.

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