disquieted


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  • adj

Synonyms for disquieted

afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief

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She could not feel that she had done wrong herself, but she was disquieted in every other way.
It disquieted me in my dreams - the evil in thy soul working through to mine.
Their scheme is ancient, far beyond the memory of man or even the record of history, and has hitherto been very little modified by the innate sense of something wrong, and the dim perception of better methods, that have disquieted all the ages through which the procession has taken its march.
However, he got through with the disquieted creature, deposited her, and returned.
Once or twice in the past he had been faintly disquieted by Zenobia's way of letting things happen without seeming to remark them, and then, weeks afterward, in a casual phrase, revealing that she had all along taken her notes and drawn her inferences.
These symptoms of a totally dry and barren region greatly disquieted Dr.
Natasha guessed they were talking about the old prince and planning something, and this disquieted and offended her.
After placing the most implicit trust in you, Katharine--" He broke off, disquieted by the ominous silence with which his words were received, and looked at his daughter with the curious doubt as to her state of mind which he had felt before, for the first time, this evening.
Father Sergius saw that the young man did not believe but yet was satisfied, tranquil, and at ease, and the memory of that conversation now disquieted him.
He was profoundly disquieted, but for another reason than the uncanny silence of that moonlight march.
Upon these words a fire began to heat and kindle between them; insomuch that they began to rate and revile one the other, that the whole multitude therewith disquieted began to be set on a hurry.