- resty + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Lycurgus's restiness, refus'd to bed with him that night, and by that means the more easily put in execution what he had been thinking on.”
“But as soon as he arrived, he stopped and stood still, although Maritornes and the hostess demanded of him twice or thrice the cause of his restiness in not assisting her lord and husband.”
“As namely, that it is a suppressing of the restiness and contradiction of our understandings, the rebel lion of our wills, the tumult of our passions, the querulous outcries of our tongues, and lastly the vindictive fierceness of our actions or behaviours, under any calamity or distress, injury or provocation whatsoever.”
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