- n a feeling of mild anxiety about possible developments
- n the trait of seeming ill at ease
- v disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
- And if her heart beats with a tone of disquiet, if it echoes with solicitude and the cry for the conversion and strengthening of consciences, this invitation must be accepted.
- Any active effort on its part to save Musharraf would have only aroused popular disquiet at a time when the army is struggling to tame militancy in the country's wild North .
- And despite Israel's disquiet over losing the battle for international public opinion and growing criticism over its actions in Palestinian territories, the Israeli military is .
News & Articles
- Bolivians unhappy with Morales seeking third term
LA PAZ, Bolivia, June 21 (UPI) -- Bolivians are beginning to voice disquiet over the way President Evo Morales is preparing to prolong his rule through constitutional devices that will likely enable him to seek re-election for a third term.
June 21, 2013 - UPI
- Alan Johnson in guardian.co.uk
In an article in the Times, Johnson, seen as a favourite to succeed the prime minister, said: "The current public mood of anger and disquiet ...... demands a response. We need to overhaul the engine, not just clean the upholstery."
- President Bush in Forbes
I do understand there is disquiet out there,Bush said.
- Martin Bell in Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription)
We know that there is widespread disquiet on both sides of the House and no one dares say a thing,said Martin Bell, who was an independent lawmaker from 1997 to 2001.