disquiet

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Synonyms for disquiet

Synonyms for disquiet

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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Oh," said Porthos, "death is nothing: it isn't death that can disquiet us, since we don't know what it is.
In the afternoon of his first day's journey, on drawing near to the Bighorn Mountain, on the summit of which he intended to encamp for the night, he observed, to his disquiet, a cloud of smoke rising from its base.
At last, by a sudden question, he betrayed the cause of his disquiet.
Charles Hayter had met with much to disquiet and mortify him in his cousin's behaviour.
The responsibility resting upon him pressed sorely, but he did not allow his disquiet to appear.
I have always thought love the only foundation of happiness in a married state, as it can only produce that high and tender friendship which should always be the cement of this union; and, in my opinion, all those marriages which are contracted from other motives are greatly criminal; they are a profanation of a most holy ceremony, and generally end in disquiet and misery: for surely we may call it a profanation to convert this most sacred institution into a wicked sacrifice to lust or avarice: and what better can be said of those matches to which men are induced merely by the consideration of a beautiful person, or a great fortune?