disquieted : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
- s afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief
spent many disquieted moments
- 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.
- But Bragg remained a disquieted young man.
- Every thoughtful lawyer, whatever his stand on the race problem, is disquieted by civil disobedience, even in the name of what Martin Luther King calls "the moral law or the law of .
News & Articles
- Celebrity Real Estate: In an article entitled "Taylor Swift...
In an article entitled "Taylor Swift is Fucking Up the Rhode Island Coastline," Gawker says the countrypop star is ruffling the feathers of her neighbors, who are not only disquieted by her copious bodyguards and, of course, the tourists, but...
Dec. 31, 2013 - Curbed
- David Chase in Rocky Mountain News
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."
- President Bush in Seattle Times
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.