disquieting


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Related to disquieting: pellucidity, indulgently, unsparing
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causing mental discomfort

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However painful it may be to me, should the Almighty lay the duties of wife and wife and mother upon me I shall try to perform them as faithfully as I can, without disquieting myself by examining my feelings toward him whom He may give me for husband.
It was in this casual way that Wendy one morning made a disquieting revelation.
Conceive it, we had lost our dear Porthos--at least--well--something disquieting happened.
The effect of the noise upon Numa seemed but to enrage him further, and with a horrid roar he sprang for the author of the new and disquieting sound that had outraged his ears.
Did any qualm of conscience point its disquieting finger of reproach at the murderer?
As Paulvitch forged ahead with the current he asked himself these questions, and many more beside, not the least disquieting of which were those which related to his future should it chance that the Kincaid had already steamed away, leaving him to the merciless horrors of the savage wilderness.
As we have received certain very disquieting information concerning the value of these shares, we must ask you to adjust the account before closing hours to-day, or we shall be compelled to place the shares upon the market.
Unfortunately, our feelings do not always respect the law of probabilities, and to me that evening, the possible and the impossible were equally disquieting.
It must be the summer air that affects me with feelings almost as disquieting as they are refreshing.
He could scarcely attend to Margaret who brought back disquieting news from the George.
His eyes were rather small and round, with a look in them that was at once searching and disquieting.
But at that moment he was able to clear his mind of all such disquieting thoughts.
In the sweep of gales the sheltered dwelling stood in a calm resonant and disquieting, like the calm in the centre of a hurricane.
Haldin had, it seemed, never had a day's illness in her life, this indisposition was disquieting.
McGinty carefully closed the door, and then seated himself on one of them, biting thoughtfully on his cigar and surveying his companion with those disquieting eyes.