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Noun
A feeling of worry or unease
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“However, I am constrained to view, with great disquiet, some aspects of these plans.”
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A state or turmoil or unrest
“I think that Germany's duty is, above all, not to assume an attitude which would first introduce great disquiet in the ranks of her own population.”
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A state of disapproval or feeling of unfulfillment
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A feeling of general bodily discomfort, fatigue, or unpleasantness, often at the onset of illness
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Intense sorrow, especially caused by someone's death
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Noun
A loud commotion, disturbance or activity
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Noun
The quality of being unstable
Verb
To bother or cause unease to one's mental or emotional state
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“His talking and praying would only disquiet her mind, and probably hasten her departure.”
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To antagonize or cause feelings of bitterness
“One of the officers on duty, hoping, undoubtedly, to disquiet him, asked him if he had not taken part with the late Duke of Buckingham in the death of the King, his father.”
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To make a strong, lasting, or favorable impression on
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To fail to fulfill the hopes or expectations of
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