disquieted disquieted


  • (adj) afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief



  1. It was refreshing candor from LKY about a sector that has disquieted his control-obsessed country when it comes to the spread of information and its inability to fully control it.
  2. But Bragg remained a disquieted young man.
  3. I like the list, as it gives me some nice titles to seek out when I have some spare time next, but I am disquieted by the lack of science fiction titles on it.


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  1. Chase told TV critics, gathered recently in California, that the mood of this final season is "kind of disquieted . . . sort of rattled, not feeling like things are going well."
    on Mar 10, 2006 By: David Chase Source: Rocky Mountain News

  2. "People in our country are unsettled because of the war and I understand that, I fully understand why people in America are disquieted about what they see on their TV screens," Bush said during a congressional fundraising trip to Pennsylvania.
    on May 25, 2006 By: President Bush Source: Seattle Times

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