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  • a  characterized by unrest or disorder
    unquiet days of riots
    following the assassination of Martin Luter King ours was an unquiet nation
    spent an unquiet night tossing and turning
  • s  causing or fraught with or showing anxiety
    an unquiet mind

  • Far more complex, however, are the psychological bases of the quiet passion that has prompted countless millions to play the game through the centuriesand the unquiet passion .
  • Now, as a serious actor and no longer merely a situation comedian, he is surrounded by competing actors schooled in the Method, but he holds his own with unquiet confidence .
  • She has begun to feel palpitations in the old house, hints of other, unquiet spirits.

  • Kay Redfield Jamison in Palisadian-Post
    Jamison told the story of her own affliction in "An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness" (1995), a book that went on to become a New York Times bestseller.
  • Thomas Browne in HealthNewsDigest.com
    Browne describes a certain "endemial distemper of little Children in Languedoc [in southern France], called the Morgellons, wherein they critically break out with harsh Hairs on their Backs, which takes off the Unquiet Symptomes of the Disease, and...
  • Pope John Paul II in Seattle Times
    The times in which we live are unspeakably difficult and unquiet,John Paul wrote.

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