disquietude


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Related to disquietude: surreptitiousness, abnegating
  • noun

Synonyms for disquietude

Synonyms for disquietude

feelings of anxiety that make you tense and irritable

References in classic literature ?
There is disquietude in Cook's Court, Cursitor Street.
When I saw myself hanging over the dark pool, when I saw the sky lessening above my head, a cold shudder came over me, a chill fear got the better of me, I was seized with giddiness, and the hair rose on my head; but my strong will still reigned supreme over all the terror and disquietude.
The silence in the room was ominous; so, also, was the strange look of disquietude in the two men's faces.
All hearts beat with disquietude, save only the heart of Michel Ardan.
Markham,' said she, her rapid utterance and heightened colour too plainly evincing her disquietude, 'have you forgotten the fine sea-view we were speaking of some time ago?
This the doctor violently opposed; in which, I believe, the whole college would agree with him: but Mr Blifil said, he had received such positive and repeated orders from his uncle, never to keep any secret from him for fear of the disquietude which it might give him, that he durst not think of disobedience, whatever might be the consequence.
Here had lived an elder race, to which we look back with disquietude.
and in fact showed those signs of disquietude, and practised those desperate attempts at amusement, which men are accustomed to employ when very anxious, and expectant, and perturbed in mind.
Lady Carey, glancing towards him at that moment, was surprised at certain signs of disquietude in his face which startled her.
BOUNDERBY'S first disquietude on hearing of his happiness, was occasioned by the necessity of imparting it to Mrs.
Having said that, a de-radicalization process is condemned to fail if it does not consider the micro level and this social disquietude.
The feeling of immersive disquietude can also be glimpsed in the uncanny apparition in "An Afternoon Unregistered" of a yellow figure at the window--a figure who Raqs describe as being Sisyphus-like and absurd.
Devil, Dear" takes the reader traveling near and far, examining comfort zones and boldly stepping beyond them, facing the disquietude of mortality with McFadden's fearlessness and wit.
Does the mental health worker of African descent who has to choose between supporting any past, present or future troop in his or her carrying out America's anti-African missions versus not supporting and opposing the same perceive or feel a dilemma, disquietude, or fear?
Great Britain's whole European politics in this period of disquietude and change political, military and national--is also depicted by Radu Florescu, in a confidential Report entitled On the English Politics following the Munich Agreement (A.