disquiet


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Synonyms for disquiet

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Synonyms for disquiet

a feeling of mild anxiety about possible developments

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the trait of seeming ill at ease

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disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed

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Troublegum was largely impotent rage, whereas Disquiet is more considered anger.
Public disquiet will grow as the effects of reduced funding take hold.
However, there seemed little evidence of the disquiet when Mr Cameron addressed the 1922 Committee of Tory MPs last night.
There is a great deal of disquiet," said Mr Corbyn, MP for Islington North.
They share in feeling the loss of the human side of medicine, and are beginning to exhibit the same disquiet and unhappiness expressed by the production line worker in industry earlier this century.
He suggests that our training and daily experiences as lawyers are root causes of today's disquiet within the profession.
DISQUIET over the backlog of urgent repairs needed by hospitals in the region will be tempered by a degree of understanding based on the difficult economic times we are in.
In response to a question from Plaid Cymru AM Chris Franks about the books, Mr Jones told the Senedd in Cardiff Bay he had met with council leaders to "express my disquiet at how things have been proceeding".
She added: "What I am saying is that the public disquiet has to be dispelled, and that is a matter for the Taoiseach.
There is understandable disquiet at recent revelations that education ministers have allowed an undisclosed number of sex offenders to continue to work as teachers.
He said: 'I was able to express the deep disquiet felt by so many Catholics and others at some aspects of BBC programmes with regard to religious belief in general and the Catholic Church in particular.
PETER KILFOYLE today warned the Prime Minister of growing disquiet among backbenchers.
There is also disquiet among backbench MPs, and possibly some ministers, at what they see as Mr Blair's increasingly presidential style of leadership, one MP said.
There is some sense of disquiet about what is coming next.