Thesaurus / restlessness

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She said she’d noticed that as her brother’s memory loss progressed, he became more restless and could spend hours doing the same tasks repeatedly, often old habits, such as folding towels or arranging bird feeders on the porch.
A restless Virginia resident finds sights that evoke the West within driving distance
If that stress response becomes endless, the bodily effects can wage a mental toll through anxiety, irritability, depression, restlessness or lack of focus.
Can it have so much turmoil and restlessness, and not be allied to humanity?
Many a night the cliffs repeated the restlessness of the wind-shaken water until the sun quieted all with light.
Business, eager for gain, exploits this demand for stimulation, and social contagion spreads the restlessness of our population.
RURAL PROBLEMS OF TODAYERNEST R. GROVES
Nature would have her revenge for all the restlessness and anxiety of the past few days.
Henceforth his happiness was assured and he knew no more the restlessness and melancholy which had clouded his enjoyment of life.
VICTORIAN WORTHIESGEORGE HENRY BLORE
But when it drew towards Yule-tide again, and the darkest time of the year, the same sort of restlessness came over him.
She would wake in the night, and cheat her restlessness by inventions that teased, while they sometimes diverted her companions.

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